Late Afternoon Walk

This time of year it is hard to decide when afternoon ends and evening begins. A quick check on the internet shows that there is no real consensus as to when this happens. Some sites say that 5pm is the time, but others say 6pm. I believe it is a changing time based on the seasons and the location where you are, but to me traditionally it is later than earlier.

Now to share some pictures from my late afternoon walk today. I started the walk a little after 5pm so to me it was still afternoon šŸ™‚

Tracy california, park, fog, afternoon, walkWhen I got to the park it was starting to get dark and there was also a little bit of low lying fog.

Tracy california, park, fog, afternoon, walkWith the lighting conditions, the pictures did not come out very well, but I will still share some of them. In the background of the picnic area you can see some of the fog.

Tracy california, park, fog, afternoon, walkThis is a nice place to sit during the day, but not so much once it starts to get dark.

Tracy california, park, fog, afternoon, walkI like the way the lamp lights up the area here.

Tracy california, park, fog, afternoon, walkThe fog was not as visible after making the first trip around the park. With less light to shine through the fog, it started to fade from sight. However, you could still feel the dampness in the air.

I think I might have called it evening by the time I got back home, and it was still not 6.

Steven

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