Notre Dame During the Blue Hour. Shot with a Google Pixel 2.
One spring evening, we attended a concert at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The light from the evening sky poured through the cathedral windows, highlighting them in brilliant shades of blue, purple, and gold. By luck, we were in the cathedral at twilight, the time when the color blue is especially intense and creates dramatic effects. Photographers call this time the Blue Hour.
For this week’s challenge, share your interpretation of blue—the color, the mood, or the time of day. It’s up to you!
- In your post, include a link to this challenge.
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