Welcome to the 69th Metamorphosis Monday!
Last Met Monday, I shared a metamorphosis of the sky as it goes from daylight to evening to the Blue Hour. If you aren’t sure what the “blue hour is” click HERE to read last week’s MM post.
Many of you were excited to capture your own blue hour pics. Thanks for sending those pics my way so I could share them with BNOTP readers tonight.
Kathy took these three blue hour pics in London:
Sarah enjoyed dinner in the beautiful garden outside her home under blue hour skies:
Thanks to everyone who sent their blue hour pics! Loved seeing them all!
On Saturday, I shared this view out my breakfast window. It shows one of the decks off the screened in porch…the one with a pergola overhead, from which hangs a candlelier.
I took this pic at the very start of the blue hour here in Georgia. I wish I had thought to turn off the light in the dining room. I was so focused on the sky, I didn’t notice the reflection of the dining room walls in the photo.
To see when the “blue hour” arrives in your area of the country/world, click HERE. Be sure to use a tripod if possible when taking your blue hour pics. Because it’s so late in the evening and the lighting is greatly reduced, it’s very important that the camera remain perfectly steady for the best blue light pics.
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