A little while back, Nate and I hiked up around Gate's Pass after work. It was that time of day when the sun has just fallen beneath the horizon and everything is still. The moon was just beginning to shine over the mountains above us, and all around the desert was slowly coming to life. Small creatures began to rustle around in the bushes as a cool evening breeze swept over the mountainside. Lacking flashlights, we headed back to the car before the light faded altogether, quiet in the hush that came with the end of day. I took a few shots, mostly in black-and-white since the light was so low- a few glimpses of the desert at summer's dusk.
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