Friday, October 8, 2010

Sinking Like A Stone


The sunset on Tuesday evening in Brizzie was a cracker. I had to work fast, though - the sky was changing by the second. By the time I put my camera back in its case there was hardly any orange left - just muted purples and dusky pinks.

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11 comments:

Mark Kreider said...

Wonderful evening shot! I particularly like the sunset reflections on the row of cars, subtle and very, very nice.

EG Wow said...

The colours are exquisite! Very beautiful!

J Bar said...

It certainly was a cracker. Beautiful.

serline said...

Gorgeous sunset! You are so right - one minute they are so colourful and vibrant and the next minute the beauty is all gone - until the next day :)
Have a blessed weekend!

Ann said...

Wow. Stunning.

Ann said...

You have framed your pink sky nicely. My sky is pink too, though not as dramtic as yours.

I was in brisbane in January, near to the Treasury, a man was playing steel drums. He stopped playin when I approached. i asked if I could take his photo, he said no. Do you see him sometimes?

Coneflower Ranch said...

Wow, what a beautiful sunset!

FotoAnna said...

Stunning !!
What a colors...
Greetings from Holland,
Anna

Laura said...

beautiful.

cara said...

Thanks for your comments. Ann, I know the man you mean. You've saved me a rejection - he was on my list of people to photograph!

Splendid Little Stars said...

Wow! amazing flaming sky!

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