9:30


in summer, where we live, the sun doesn't set until long after dinner. conversation has had its chance to settle.

july nights are so short here, making more room for the day.
evenings last forever.


but we know september is coming when we have to hurry to catch the sunset at 9:30. the day conceding to the night, preparing us for the coming chill.

8 comments:

  1. this post makes me sad. the sun is setting here at 830 now. so sad already. before you know it it will be setting at 4pm.

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  2. no no no!!! oh dear, that was not my intention. does no part of you look forward to fall? to the cold and hibernating of winter? xxx

    sorry for making you sad!

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  3. I love those late nights on the beach with the sunset - so fun and peaceful at the same time!

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  4. sadly no, i should have been born a hawaii baby and a childhood in Winnipeg has left a bitter cold taste in my mouth. the only thing i like about the cold is the fashion. much easier to be fashionable in the cold. I love jackets and coats. LOVE. okay... i can look forward to it a little i guess ;)

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  5. gorgeous. it's so interesting that people get all different sunset times. watching it on the beach is one of the best things in the world to do, no matter what time it is!

    also, can't wait to see more of those amazing pictures that you modeled for. breathtaking! xoxo

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  6. i can handle the cold, but the darker days are hard for me. i love december 21st - the shortest day of the year, but also the day where light turns.

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  7. ps - love this picture of luke so much.

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  8. i love how 8pm in the summer is the start to the evening and all it's possibilities. I hate how 6pm in the winter is time to retire for the day.

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