Seen a lot ‘at sea’ Simon, can be spectacular, one phenomenon, at sunset, ‘The Green Flash’, amazing!
Similar to ones I didn’t want to see when sailing Mandy, looked like a ‘bruise’, not a good omen, hope it ‘panned out’ ok for you
It was so beautiful Bill. Today has been glorious.
Thats good, been lovely here too, though, bit of a cool breeze, hope it warms up for tomorrow, big family, birthday barby
Same same innit tonight.
Time we ad a good Stormy Sky,
I saw skies like this, last night… 24th June… blood red clouds/streaks all across the sky from the west… fabulous… and I thought of “shepherd’s delight” and wondered what that meant…
It’s not going to rain straight away🌦. Red sky is caused by sunlight retracting off dust particles high in the atmosphere, moisture condenses around the dust to make rain.
Ahhh, and there was me also thinking it was a ‘shepherds delight’, come on Mark leave us romantic souls a bit of wonder
Well, it’s in the sky, isn’t it?
I have never yet taken what I consider to be a good photo of the moon, lack of enough mm on focal length is probably the fundamental issue (this taken on a EOS 550D with a EFS 18-200mm zoom at 200mm, 3200 ISO 1/640 and F13; possibly not the best lens for the shot and it mighht be improved by lowering the ISO and opening the lens a bit as there is a lot of noise).
It is recognisable, anyway and - as I plan on making it my last post for a while a suitable (temporary) swansong.
I hope everything is OK Paul. I will miss your posts. Please come back soon.
Oh lovely. Cotton wool clouds.