a pastel sojourn through corsica’s sunsets
Once in a while, you see an image that makes you question just how the sky can put on such a show. This is one of those occasions.
In the event you need reminding that we’re a lucky bunch of earthlings, simply head outside during golden hour — that time in the early morning and evening when the sunlight softens, shadows elongate and reflective surfaces glint orangey-pink. French photographer Andria Darius Pancrazi certainly has a knack for capturing this magical time of day. His photos of pink and purple-hued buildings in Corsica are taken just before nightfall and look almost too good to be true. Treat your eyeballs to more of Andria's work over here.