Irish Cement works at Platin, just outside Drogheda. It's often been said that I am a child of the twilight. I love the in-between hours, those which are referred to by photographers as the "golden hour" (just after sunrise and just before sunset) and the "blue hour" (the hour before sunrise and the hour after sunset). When the blue deepens, just as it's fading to black, you can capture moments like this. It lasts for about five to 10 minutes. It makes an otherwise mundane or even dull scene look vibrant and alive.