I have never associated twilight with Australia although of course we must have them. That period when day is no longer day but it is not yet night. Mostly, I think of them as sunsets. The colour is not as vibrant as that in Europe at twilight although spectacular in its own way.
Lake Menindee in Far western NSW near Broken Hill. A huge inland lake.
“Twilight fell: The Sky turned to a light, dusky purple littered with tiny silver stars.” J.K. Rowling described how I found the twilight at Lake Annecy in France.
Whilst in Switzerland the dusky blue/purple extended to Lac Leman (Lake Geneva) bringing to mind Sharon Penman’s words ” Twilight was laying claim to the city and the sky was a deepening shade of lavender, spangled with stars and fleecy clouds the colour of plums.”
Not quite the colour of plums but still a wonderful twilight.
In response to Paula’s Thursday’s Special