Golden Hour

Recently I saw a picture on Facebook taken during the ‘golden hour’, that bit of time this time of year between 3-4pm when the light is slowly fading and what there is of it is golden-yellow, casting just the right shade across whatever the surroundings are. It is a time of day I love and invariably I structure day trips in such a way to make sure I’m outside as it starts to get dark, to wring that last little bit of day before the night takes hold.

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Here are a few photos of the golden hour from various trips this winter so far, beginning in Northumberland and going through the city, Dunbar and a few other places besides.

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Embleton Bay
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Tynemouth
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Amble
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Amble
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Haddington
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Glasgow from Queen’s Park
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St. Bernard’s Well, by the Water of Leith
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North Berwick
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Prestongrange
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Dunbar
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Silver Street, Dunbar
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