Entre chien et loup

There is a specific time of the day I like a lot, when the sun already went down and the night has not arrived yet. During these minutes the light dims fast, the feelings soften, everything starts blurring and the atmosphere is magical. 

The French call this moment "entre chien et loup" - between dogs and wolves. This expression appeared for the first time in France in the XIII century but it comes from the antiquity and it describes the moment when it's too dark for the men to distinguish a dog from a wolf. 

The dog symbolises the day since like it, he can guide us; while the wolf is the symbol of the night, a threat, a nightmare and the fear. 

"Entre chien et loup" is a collection of photographs taken over the years all over the world during that time, between dogs and wolves.