"As only New Yorkers know, if you can get through the twilight, you'll live through the night."
~ Dorothy Parker
After glowering most of the day, the skies delivered a fast-moving, soaking rain squall to New York City late Thursday afternoon. It ended just after sunset, and the waning light gave the world a silvery twilight radiance. I took a walk along the river.
The sky was aglow.
The water was aglow.
The Pepsi-Cola sign, a local landmark, was aglow.
Across the river, the Empire State Building was aglow.
Even the boardwalk seemed to be glowing.
Thank you, rain.
"Twlight: A time of pause when nature changes her guard."
~ Howard Thurman