If you hang around photographers long enough, you’re bound to hear myriad gushing tales about the “golden hour”. And it is great.
But what you don’t hear as often, and I’m not sure why, is the blue hour.
It’s the period of time after which the sun has gone down and real darkness of night sets in. And it is truly magical. As a side note… it’s also commonly called “the magic hour.” Go figure.
So Elle and I, like many Texans, have an annual tradition of spending a day at the famed State Fair of Texas. And when the sun goes down, it is one of the best places to explore and photograph this fantastic time of day…
So it gave me the idea to do an entire post on all things “blue hour”. And since I’m spending the month in the Rockies, I’m working on putting together something informative and beautiful…. check back soon!
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