When it comes to night time reading, my Kindle Paperwhite trumps all. I love how the screen lights up in the dark, so I can sit down on the balcony and overlook the city while reading. I love how this allows me to absorb the atmosphere of the night lights which doesn’t work so well when reading printed books.
How do you read at night?
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Jade Louise says
I’ve been away from the book blogging community for a little while and one ‘type’ of post I’ve honestly missed are these. This picture is beautiful!
I’m always envious of those who have the Paperwhite Kindle… I have the original Kindle, I’ll have to upgrade it at some point.
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Claire @ Cover to Cover says
Wow, Josephine! That pictures is beautiful! I don’t currently have a working e-reader, so at night I usually do it the old-fashioned way- lights on, with a print book. A couple years ago I won a very old Kindle in a poetry contest. It wasn’t touch screen and I eventually lost the charger. Maybe in the future I’ll get another e-reader, but I primarily read print books, so I’m satisfied with my nighttime methods for now. Lovely post:)
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Great photo! I love blurred lights in night photography.
I was just given a Kindle Voyage, and I’m nervous about the backlighting. It doesn’t strain your eyes the way a laptop or tablet would? I love my old ink-based Kindle Touch.
Alexa S. says
I just wanted to leave a comment to say that I LOVE this photo!! It’s lovely, Josephine.
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