In reply to Nigel O:
Nigel O said:They're all good views but the first two are spectacular
Thank you Nigel.
I think I as just lucky with the cloud, sun and light combination, coupled with the sea as well.
The sun dipped past its best when I took the hill shots, loosing the best of the sunset illumination and shadows.
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A few more taken around home.
Sunset 17 June. I think this particular night, most of the UK enjoyed a brilliantly red sunset.
Sunrise 22 June
In reply to Mike B:
In reply to PimperneBloke:
PimperneBloke said:Loving those sunsets Mike, top job!!
Sunrises, when we have the weather, are easy for me to get being an early riser, the sunsets are pure chance for now.
One from my recent holiday - been away for a month and note nothing has changed much on here, apart from people persevering
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In reply to Bobs_Still_Retired:
I think some of us are plain stubborn....
Nice photo Bob, where is it?
Michael B said:Nice photo Bob, where is it?
Devil's Tower, Wyoming - think "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
Well, the shorter days are back with us, slowly creeping in!
At this time of year, it's not often I get a sunset the night before going to work, but with a late return home from Bishops Stortford visiting our son, I was treated to a brief sunset display.
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