I shoot a lot at twilight as it reminds me of my childhood. As a kid, it is rare to be out at this time, and when I was, it became a mix of magical and dark mystery. Growing up in suburbia with a huge crime rate, there was always this fear I could never put my finger on, something sinister lurking in the shadows. Like some Lynchian, white picket fence world, where underneath brewed a blend of domestic violence, beer cans and child abuse. It felt safer to be in the bush, than to be at home or the local park, but I knew violence would come to me somewhere. "Who will bash me today?” But blue hour can be beautiful and dreamy, awash with a mix of coloured light sources, and quiet and still. The shadows don’t scare me as much any more.
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