the last hurrah for the square sky

A selection of Cornish square skies featured over the last month thanks to Becky’s SquareSky challenge. I hope you have enjoyed them as much as I have. So which one is your favourite? December’s #SquareSky challenge | Square Sky

day 30: A Cornish Sky

ALTOCUMULUS clouds look fleecy and have dark, shadowed sides. This winter sky features the Wheal Coates mine ruins along the north Cornish coast. December’s #SquareSky challenge | A Cornish Sky

day 26: corkscrew

Especially for Gilly as she loves my Corkscrew Hazel tree which is always getting into my sky photos! December’s #SquareSky challenge | Corkscrew Hazel

day 24: stormy sky

In the middle of December when much of the country was covered in snow, we experienced several stormy days with gale force winds and sunshine and showers. Some of those showers were hailstones; listening and watching those clattering down on a skylight is quite a ‘heart in mouth’ experience. During the sunshine slots I was…

day 22: december sunset

I couldn’t choose between these images so you have got six for the price of one today. Blue/Gold in the south and Lilac/Pink over Trink Hill (west) where you can just make out the Trig Point and Twelve ‘O Clock Rock (bottom left) All photos were taken with my Olympus E-10 camera and the 45mm…