Late Sunsets and Long Days

Late-Sunset-off-Denman-IslandI took this pic last night at 10:15. The sun was just setting.

Did I mention it was 10:15?

At night?

It’s not even the longest day of the year yet. That’s why I took the photo. I thought it would be good to have something to refer back to in January when the sun packs it in at 4:30 in the afternoon. A little something to remind me that summer’s coming…eventually…and it will be worth the wait.

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About JP McLean

Author of The Gift Legacy, a contemporary thriller with a twist of fantasy that will leave you believing the impossible and wary of the night sky…
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2 Responses to Late Sunsets and Long Days

  1. The debates/arguments/gripes about Indiana and time zones are obnoxious and legion, but as someone who spends summers working at a business that heats up a bit after dark, I would like it a lot if it would actually *get* dark more than an hour before closing. It’s 9:15 here right now and the sun’s only just now setting.


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