20.3.09

Magic Hour

I think getting out of class early is one of the few things I'll miss about school.

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Yesterday, I managed to make it home just before the sun started going down.

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That's one of my favorite things about this time of year, we finally get more light! Though the more I think about it, the more daylight savings time is still a totally bizarre concept to me. What a completely artificial construct! Anyways.

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My room faces west and a bit south, and I get the most glorious afternoon sunlight. Having yellow walls helps up the golden factor as well. Haha, and in this photo you can see my "kitty corner", a testament to how badly I wish I could have a cat...Also, yes there is a door behind my bed, one of three that lead into my room. Weirdest apartment, ever.

11 comments:

dw said...

amazing light! i love your little snowflakes too.

daylight savings always confuses me too...i feel very strange about it: "but where did that hour go?" gaah manmade time!

~ Faith said...

What beautiful light!

~Faith

corrie said...

Oooh so pretty. I'm inspired to paint my room yellow. I love how warm and calm your room looks.

jayne said...

these photos are gorgeous

Lainey said...

gorgeous pics!!! I'm loving the sun and the springtime!

sarah said...

that last shot is exquisite. i don't feel guilty saying i covet your bed.
happy weekend ;)
xo s

ohphilippa said...

i agree about daylight savings. we humans rely so much on 'time' to rule our lives. it tells us when to do things, punishes us if we forget it, moves far too quickly, get's itself lost. think, crucial life changing events can happen if we're just a few minutes late. yet when we feel like it, 2 times a year we decide to change it around! and time becomes meaningless and you're reminded that it doesn't exist

Milla said...

light, glorious light! I love that portrait of you by the window. our house has three front doors. two of which don't actually open outside. the one that opens into the pantry has a mail slot too...

E-BAD said...

thats a lot of doors. you should get a kitten. maybe two. two kittens. they are good for the environment.

Outi said...

Lovely photos!

april said...

These photos are absolutely stunning!