a sunset in MtLawleyshire

Finally, a day that wasn’t infinite deep blue sky and a sunset blasting all into oblivion.  Some clouds!

Today would be better, but I’m working tonight so will try not to think about it & just hope there are clouds tomorrow evening as well.

Lantana – a pest and a terribly destructive plant when it goes feral, but like this – rather beautiful:

colourful pest  the pest


against the sky  luminous

Lowering light caught in leaves

catching the lowering light

a cloud with rainbow edges and the smooth wash of gold

first hint in a cloud  amorphous gold

blinding  like calligraphy

wind calligraphy

the brushstrokes

cloud swirls and light

that tree  the brushstroke


the gold  gold

blinding orb

long views – the colour was really restricted to that one area

sinking into evening  above the colour


deepening colour

waves of colour  illuminated wind words

reds and golds  redness


the wind's calligraphy  serenity above


pastel colours in the aftermath

distant fading glow  the end of it

the end of it_2

& finally – fattee fluffy cattee in the sunlight.  Taken before sunset, but – she’s a lovely way to close.

the tummy fluff in the sun  in a mood

in the sun

hopefully there will be more.  We are having so many cloudless days…



8 comments on “a sunset in MtLawleyshire

  1. marviiilous says:

    Pretty photos! … and I can’t help telling your pretty fluffy girl about a handsome feline friend of mine. She can have a look at him here (wink) http://hopedog.wordpress.com/


  2. Madhu says:

    Gorgeous! Fluffy cattee too 🙂


  3. bulldog says:

    I think they’re all lovely captures…


  4. niasunset says:

    your photographs, sunset in Mtlawleyshire and yes your cat, always fascinate me. Thank you, love, nia


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