My favorite time of day is the transition from day to night. In my mind I imagine all the day time creatures shutting it down and getting ready to yield dominion to all the night time creatures. During the transition period things overlap as the sun approaches and passes the horizon. This great physical change always produces a large mental change. I have always wondered why just the lack of being able to see at distance, which really is all the sun setting causes, results in the world feeling entirely different? In addition to the lack of light it must be that other creatures hold sway over the night, and this causes peculiar feelings among day creatures that overlap too far into the night.
I made this lens flare dominated photograph of the setting sun burning its way visually through a tree in downtown St. Petersburg's North Straub Park as it shows just the start of that transition time. Some shadows are starting to increase in size and the signal is out for day time creatures to start to head home. There is just a peak of the human world in the shot, which no longer abides by the timing of the sun.