Updated: May 10
The sun sets, but darkness doesn't necessarily follow.
Coming from the French expression l’heure bleue, describing the period of twilight each morning or evening when there is neither full daylight nor complete darkness . On the nights when the clouds are sparse and the wind falls the light in the sky is quite magical. Here are three of my recent images taken during the blue hour on South Uist.
Images are from Gasaigh, Stoneybriddge and Ormiclate, Isle of South Uist.