I like being at the shoreline on the Spit as the light fades. They sky is interesting, everything gradually looks different, and I can take off the ND filter. Even when the sun is down there's usually enough ambient light that I can get around and compose images easily enough. And for the rest of the time I have a selection of very gentle flashlights that put out just enough light to navigate rocks and camera buttons with.

So when I head back inland my eyes are fairly well adapted to the mild dark. And in that ambient light of the city the construction road glows through the scrub. It can take me hours to walk home.