Thursday, October 13, 2011

The stunning sunset from Tuesday night.  Can you believe the colours, just gorgeous, but then the day had been wonderful weather wise as well.


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19 comments:

Janet said...

Wow ! that`s fantastic !

Cath said...

Amazing photos Gill , they almost don't look real .

Hope Molly is better soon . X

forgetmenot said...

I don't think you could find a sky much more colorful and beautiful than that--totally awesome! Have a great weekend. Mickie ;)

Carletta said...

Stunning! That first shot looks as if the sky is on fire.
What a gorgeous view!

Gary said...

Godd capture and super header photo. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

VALKYRIEN said...

That's drama in the sky! Wonderful shots!

J Bar said...

Stunning is right. Beautiful colours.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Kim, USA said...

I so love it. I just can't believe we all looking at the same skies but we have different hues of colors .^_^ Happy weekend!

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EG Wow said...

Hmmm. How did I miss this one? This is glorious!

Bernie said...

Wow, such stunning colour! Both were terrific shots.

Karen said...

The sky is on fire! Splendid shots, and your header is awesome.

Kay L. Davies said...

So wonderful to have a lovely sky follow a lovely day. It doesn't always happen that way. Beautiful photos.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
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Lesley said...

Beautiful sky!

VioletSky-Sightlines said...

I do believe we have the same sky!
Though yours has a bit more drama (or maybe I didn't wait outside long enough?)

Rose said...

Beautiful skies! They are stunning...

Light and Voices said...

Kewelopolis!
Joyce M

Jackie said...

I've heard of people painting the town red, but who is letting loose on the skies this week? The sunsets have been gorgeous, such wonderful shades of red, gold, and purple-pinks etc., Fantastic pics.

chubskulit said...

Beautifully captured!

My Skywatch, have a nice weekend!

Piece by Piece said...

That is a fantastic sky, Gill.