We'd be entirely remiss not to share the fact that Eliza tortured herself making  painstaking considerations  as to how Banyan House presented in night settings. In as much as she is a lover of sunlight and water, she's equally enamoured of darker environments. There was an inherent desire to have this environment respond as warm at night & considering that the images shared below are raw & captured in default midnight settings, it's quite possible that her  goal was attained. Great hesistancy was employed before considering the use of full brights as a foundation consideration. Futher more,  fixed lighting embellishments  went beyond simple placement & form. The continuing debate regarding  the  potential lighting interplay with other parts of the immediate environment took on a marathon of time. Finally, there is the hidden  lighting an  exacting   source of  both subtle and the evocative. Exactly as it should be.

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