Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Dusk To Dawn

After battling with ways of arranging my type using the phrase "From Daytime to Nighttime" i decided that the words really didn't flow at all and a much more obvious solution would be to slightly adapt my theme. I wanted to stick to using the sun or something astrological but keep it much more simple and i thought the perfect solution for this would be to use the words from dusk to dawn.

Dusk- The darker stage of twilight, especially in the evening.

 Dusk is the beginning of darkness in the evening, and occurs after twilight, when the sky generally remains bright and blue. It can be confused with sunset,  which is the daily disappearance of the sun below the horizon.

Dawn- The time each morning at which daylight first begins.

During dawn (and dusk) it is usually possible (provided that the sky is cloud-free) to see approximately in which direction the sun is.
It is recognized by the presence of weak sunlight, while the sun itself is still below the horizon. Dawn should not be confused with sunrise, which is the moment when the leading edge of the sun itself appears above the horizon.