The Blue Hour happens around 30 minutes before dawn and after dusk every day. It’s a fleeting moment where the colours intensify, as the light pivots on its endless journey from day to night, or night to day. I love the sense of kinetic motion that comes at Blue Hour - the light is constantly, rapidly changing - and with every passing minute new tones kiss the sky.
Aside from the obvious photographic benefits, it’s a truly wonderful time to be out in the world. It’s quiet, so I’ll seldom see another soul, and it feels like a genuine rebirth, filling me with drive and energy for the day ahead. It’s also a time to take stock, and on days like this, it feels incredible to feel the glow of the emerging sun on your face as you share in the dawning of a new day.