Random ramblings from the cluttered brain of a Brit ex-pat North Devonian trying to keep cool in the summers and warm in the winters of The Great White North.
looks like you captured this just in time, to get a great sunset shot and not to be effected by the storm!
dang girl! that's gorgeous! i don't think i've ever seen a sunset like that in person. Color me jealous!
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing that sunset with us. It was a good one!
Gorgeous skies! Did you know Northern Skies are quite different from our down here? -- usually more expansive feeling -- and beautiful.
Nothing ordinary about that sky! Lovely.
The interesting thing about these pics is that to the west the sunset was almost non-existent.... but the reflection on the storm clouds to the east was stunning.
Wow! What a sight................
Dennis says your clouds are nicer than his. Nicer colors. Dennis thinks you know what's what, so he's inviting you to analyze some stuff.
Lovely colors.(Oops! Sorry! COLOURS, in your case.)
WOW! Beautiful Skies!!
Looks very dramatic, if you ask me. Did the Storm hit you? Hope not.btw. I'm now back in Old Norway, after a long voyage. Nearly 7 hours by Car from St Paul to O'Hare (Chicago) and via Bruxelles to Oslo.My luggage did not follow me. So I feel a bit "naked". Next Time Ontario will be on my route.
Oh my goodness that is absolutely stunning, looks like water colors.
Ddid you get lightning?
Oh my goodness...what an amazing sky. We just don't get colors and clouds like that here. Beautiful.
Red sky at night, Shepard's delight...............
absolutely beautiful....I have seen some of the most beautiful skies in Idaho....see what can happen when smog doesn't get in the way?
The pale pink/lavender colors are awesome!
Are we being unfair to pogles on Martin's blog encouraging him to tussel with Martin in the drinking stakes?
Beautiful. The many storms we've been getting over the last couple of weeks sure have produced some beautiful sunsets. Well captured.
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