Twilight Zone : When the Wolf Comes Out

Great story and lovely photographs. Thank you for sharing them. ^Wilf

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Minolta DSC St Peter’s Church, oldest place in Wolverhampton dating to the Xth century and one of my favourite English churches – Photo by Gaelle Konak

I love taking photos at twilight. And there is an old saying in French I’ve always been fond of, referring to it : ‘Entre chien et loup’ which would roughly translates as ‘halfway between dog and wolf’. It is, I find, not only a poetic image but a visually striking way to describe that transitional time of the day lost somewhere in between daytime, comforting, familiar and “tamed”, and nighttime,”wilder”, scary, unknown. 

Wolverhampton is both dog and wolf. The pun is not lost on me. And photographing the city at this time of the day always tickles my imagination… I like watching the wolf come out and crawl into the good old dog’s skin, transforming familiar places and filling them with mystery, poetry and wonder.

Photos below : St Peter’s Church, Kiosk and Lake at…

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Wilf is the online presence of Wolverhampton Parks and is written by members of the Parks Team. We are passionate about our parks and we love to meet all of the people that it belongs to. After all, we are only the custodians of all of our green and open spaces.
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