Nature, Photography last night’s sunset Posted by Heyjude on November 30, 2020January 17, 2022 Sunset – Sunday 29 November @ 16:42 Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related
Gosh, this really is the gift that keeps on giving. Wonderful! Nothing for us yesterday.
The best time of year for dramatic sunsets so I am always on the lookout! Overcast now so I doubt there will be anything tonight.
Your turn 😉
And raining now… ☔
Absolutely gorgeous, Jude! The last day of November today. It’s been a strange up and down month. 🙂 🙂
As most of the month here has been in lockdown it’s been pretty boring!
I’m doing your share of gallivanting. Hopefully it won’t end in tears 🙄🎅🎄🍸💕
Let’s hope not! How’s that pal of yours doing?
Very poorly indeed. In a coma, on a ventilator and with fibrosis spreading in his lungs. Desperate, in fact!
That’s not good. I hope everyone else who was with him is OK. And you stay safe!
Noone else appears to have been infected. He is one very unlucky man, with a weakness in his lungs from a bad smoking habit. There’s a lesson there!
oh no just seen the latest about your friend – so sad. Sending hugs xx
Nice to see those, as it is pouring down and ‘dark grey’ here this morning.
Best wishes, Pete. x
These are stunning Jude. I’m envious; we haven’t had a good sunset for ages.
I’d like to catch one over the sea, but at this time of year I’m not sure which coast is best – probably Lands End! And I don’t fancy driving back from there in the dark.
Wow, this sunset is absolutely gorgeous. Such a gift from nature!
Yes. Can’t beat the sky painter 🙂
Always interesting to see, Jude
A lovely end to the day.
Beautiful! And I like the way it is presented too.
I won’t be able to use these collages soon as the site uses flash which is not supported after December. I need to find another decent (free) collage maker.
Beautiful, Jude! If it were Australia, that smudge on the horizon would probably be smoke! There have been some stunning sunsets here also, maybe hot weather and dust from the west.
That smudge actually is smoke! Someone having a bonfire I imagine. And the hazy mist that lingered most of the day added to the effect, much like your dust does.
absolutely stunning and love how you have presented them all too
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