The Free Lance-Star Photography Department shares the stories behind the photos.
In the Gloaming Hours
Suzanne Carr Rossi’s word of the day she got in her email account this morning was "Gloaming", meaning "twilight, as at early morning or (especially) early evening; dusk."
As photographers, we are often on the hunt for either good moments, good light, or ideally both. In the fall, the prime light hours of dawn and dusk often creates a light that turns whatever it hits into gold. This kind of light is the butter on the bread, making a leaf on the ground or the side of a building suddenly glow.
The sun this morning provided just that on my way to work. Here’s to the hunt for light and the season that makes it a bit more spectacular.
- Rebecca Sell