“Light streaks the softening velvet sky as if innocently saying, “it’s me. it’s time,” and morning erupts into the distant sky with sparks of fresh new chances.” – Amanda Ricks 2018
Toronto Skyline from the Islands at sunrise.
“It was not so much a modification of the darkness, as a sigh of relief, a slight relaxing of tension, so that one felt, rather than saw, that the night had suddenly lost a shade of its density… ― Hope Mirrlees,
Toronto skyline from the Islands at sunset.
A hush soothed it’s way over the world as daylight slipped closer to the horizon. Another day comes to an end with a final flash of brilliant colour called sunset. – Amanda Ricks 2018
Toronto skyline at sunset.
“It’s the hour when night breaks away from the day…” ― Jean Genet,
Toronto skyline just after sunset.
“Sunrise is the start of something beautiful: the day.
Sunset is the start of something beautiful: the night.”
― Juansen Dizon,
Downtown Toronto just after sunset.
“There’s always a story. It’s all stories, really. The sun coming up every day is a story. Everything’s got a story in it. Change the story, change the world.”
― Terry Pratchett,
“At times very small things may bring much more happiness than bigger and “better” ones. Look around you and notice things. An innocent toothless smile, a good laugh, a good movie, an old song bringing back memories of yesteryears, a warm embrace, a child cuddling up to you or falling asleep in your arms, prayers, a flock of birds in the sky, a beautiful sunrise or sunset and so on can bring a lot of joy. Unwind and just let yourself free. You’ll see beauty all around you; beauty that is uplifting and all-encompassing.”
― Latika Teotia.
This post is a submission to the WP Photo challenge, Rise/Set.
You can also read more about Toronto in these two posts.