“No water, no life. No blue, no green.” – Sylvia Earle
This image was taken during the evening blue hour on the Pacific Coast in February. The “blue hour” refers to the period of twilight every morning and evening when the sun is below the horizon and the indirect sunlight takes on a predominantly blue hue with a cool color temperature.
To learn more about the blue hour, the golden hour and twilight feel free to read this great article by PetaPixel.
Remember, tomorrow is Thursday and I will be posting a black and white image on Monochromia. Be sure to stop by!
It’s risen and after a standing ovation, the audience is moving on.
I love how the colors change as the sun and clouds change the availability and angle of light, both in the sky and on land. Even the sand looks warmer once the sun has risen and it’s rays have embraced the earth and sea.