Well, its not been very often the cloud has permitted the sun to show it's smiling face these last few months, especially here, but tonight, the cloud made an allowance.
And while I was waiting to see if I could get a more colourful photo, Mrs B came along, wondering what I was doing!
and a cropped photo....
And a final attempt, complete with plane on finals to Birmingham Airport.
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...and the Sun trying to lie down on to vineyards for resting
In reply to david:
Thank you David, and I like your sunset photo, it reminds of the time I was in Ibiza (many years ago) enjoying two sightseeing weeks, and exploring the island, driving through the open countryside.
David said:Thank you for this so much interestanting thread that offers us the chance to upload our personal vision on such emotive subject. I went for working to Menorca island some years ago, being there over three months and enyoing sunsets/sunrises really impressive. In this case i took the picture driving along to the village where my wife was born, in the steppe area of La Mancha, near Madrid.
You're welcome, and keep posting your photos
The next few, from a different perspective, screen grabs of what was captured on the dashcam while driving to our sons place in Bishops Stortford, so I apologise for the text at the bottom, I never got round to cropping that out.
First sign of sunrise, on the M6 heading for the A14 east.
The next ones were along the A14
I liked the next two because of the cloud formation, which later turned out to be heavy rain as we got on the M11.
The bridge is close by Cambridge Services.
Eventhough those losing days there is a real point of light beyond the horizon making you strong enough for looking forward to see the next sunrise...i think :).
I hope you like this picture
15 minutes ago, just managed to get a couple of quick pics of the beautiful sunset outside our temporary residence; it's so beautiful here that I extended the rental for an extra month lol
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After a fabulously sunny (for a change) but raw day, we were treated to a vibrant pink sky at sunset.
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