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In reply to gaynorsl:
gaynorsl said:There's a song isn't there......sunrise, sunset..... Will have to get a few if we are lucky enough to see the sun again this week:(.
There is, from the film Fiddler on the roof, but not a film I've seen nor did I know of it until you mentioned it. Good old Google, everyday is a school day....
Here's a YouTube link to the scene;
Flickr Peak Rambler
In reply to david:
David said:it was a sunset obviously,no t sunrise..apologise for my mistake
Fabulous photos David, and thanks for sharing them.
Pssst, I'll keep it quiet that you got sunrise and sunset accidentally mixed up.
In reply to Alan:
Fabulous photos Alan, it seems the sun is doing you prouder than it is here, been wall to wall stratus cloud virtually every day this year.
But there has been a little change..... For the better....
In reply to HAZY:
HAZY said:Thanks for starting the thread Mike and taking the pressure off !! I didn't get any sunrise pics 'cos I was still sleeping at silly o'clock even though it was sunny here when I awoke ! sun didn't last though. Maybe I should concentrate on dusk photos instead lol
The title does include sunsets, and for me, this time of year the sun is up too late to capture, cos I have to start at silly o'clock in the morning.....
I see no reason why dawn or dusk photos can't be included.
Finally, a proper excuse for a sunrise this morning....
I've posted two photos up, to show how quick the change can be in a matter of a minute!
As I type, we're back to wall to wall stratus cloud, again....
What a glorious and dramatic sunset tonight with flame read sky and pink clouds; too good to miss - although I nearly did as we only just got back from visiting relatives. It was a case of grab a camera, switch lens and dash outside the courtyard towards the polo ground. A bit late for best photos but better than nothing !
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