A Series at Sunset and some interesting facts.


I took these photos about a week ago and just found them on my camera. I completely forgot about them. It amazes me how the sky changes. All these were taken on the same evening. I have placed them on here in sync. The last few are absolutely gorgeous.

Sure these pictures are not the best in the world but I have not edited them. These are definitely raw photos.

“Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight; red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning”
Deep red sunsets are often associated with dry, settled weather and high pressure. A deep red sunset may indicate a prolonged spell of good weather. But the key sign is in the red sky around the sun – and not the colour of the cloud itself.
Red sky in the morning can be interpreted in a slightly different way. As the sun rises at a low angle in the east, it may light up the impending clouds associated with a weather front coming in from the west.
It may also indicate that rain is on its way and due to arrive later in the day, hence the “shepherd’s warning”.Β 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-14087734

There was some more interesting things on that site about old wise tales about the weather. Very interesting.

Enjoy.


 

Also, I just have to show yall this picture. I was sitting on my patio waiting for it to get completely dark before I went inside.

 

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6 thoughts on “A Series at Sunset and some interesting facts.

  1. It is such a blessing to see your photos… I love all the photos… I agree with Siggi, there are just some things that you can not edit in photos… and one of them is the feeling that it gives the viewer just by seeing them… The sunset is so awesome and majestic… Thank you so much for sharing them.

  2. Thank you for sharing your photos..
    such a miracle the sunrises and sunsets…
    these photos are particularly beautiful…you couldn’t edit photos to come out with the feeling that these photos give.

    Keep up the good work.
    Siggi in Maine

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