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Winter Nights
Now winter nights enlarge the number of their hours;
And clouds their storms discharge upon the airy towers;
Let now the chimneys blaze and cups o'erflow with wine;
Let voices all be raised in harmony divine.
"Winter Nights" excerpts from a very long poem found in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 1937.
Late afternoon walk along Los Cerritos Trail, Calero County Park.
As the light fades, the cloud scenery overhead is often very dramatic.
There are a handful of towering oaks on ridges above the trail.
Back-lit by light as it fades.
The views can be breathtaking.
Retracing steps as the light fades.
Trees beside the trail are illuminated by the last rays of the sun.
The last 2-3 hours of daylight are best for enjoying twilight scenery.

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