Thursday, January 11, 2007


On my way downstairs to cook dinner tonight, I caught a glimpse of this outside my staircase window. I raced outside with my camera, but the view just wasn't the same from ground level. As day faded into night, my pagoda lights glowed, welcoming me back inside.
Gloaming, a Middle English word used by the Scots to describe twilight. But why say twilight when the word gloaming hints at the magic as daylight fades and before night descends?

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