The Twilight effect brushes off as Britain is captured at 9:25pm

July 19, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Twilight has never looked so good – as this remarkable collection of snapshots shows Britain at dusk.

The pictures, all taken from exactly 9:25pm on Thursday July 4, show brief glimpses of life across the country.

Gritty pictures of homeless drug addict Chris in Liverpool shows the squalor he calls home when he cannot get a bed for the night at local hostel the Whitechapel Centre.

Chris beds down for the night in Liverpool

Pictures taken backstage at exclusive London club The Box show stunning performers getting ready for their star-studded audience.

Glamorous performers chat backstage at The Box nightclub in London

Young mum Chloe certainly packs a punch as she hit a punching bag in Leeds.

The pretty 24-year-old blonde, who works as a beautician in the daytime, is a Junior World and European kickboxing champion, and is currently trains at a leading MMA fighting centre.

Chloe shows off her impressive technique in Leeds

In Glasgow, Britain’s largest skatepark is vibrant with life – as extreme sports enthusiasts hurl themselves through the air, performing death-defying stunts.

Founder Chick Mailey, who opened the Unit 23 centre in 2002, said: “”It’s had a big impact on my life and my family.

“All the guys who come to ride for a weekend and end up moving to Dumbarton for six months or a year just to be near Unit 23, some work here and we all ride here, that’s why we call it UnitLife.

“We are a big family of people brought together by our love of what we do, and we do what we love.”

A cyclist catches some air at Unit 23 in Glasgow, captured at exactly 9:25pm – the same time as all the other pictures

These remarkable pictures were all captured in the new Nokia Lumia 925 smartphone – which comes with a low-light sensitive 8.7megapixel camera.

PureView technology, Optical Image Stabilization and Carl Zeiss optics ensure the phone provides unparalleled photography in low light conditions.

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