secret of clouds

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frayed cloud

veiled by sunset

autumn secret

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April fourth and the sun and clouds conspired to paint a beautiful soft sunset scene, saying goodbye to the heat of summer and welcoming the mellowness of autumn.

These images were taken in quick succession from the cliffs at Black Rock overlooking Port Phillip Bay. Fish were obviously biting and these keen amateurs  in their little boats were making the most of an early evening. Daylight Saving had ended two nights before.

This haiku and image connects with RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge 91 Fray&Veiled so for stunning poetry click here https://ronovanwrites.wordpress.com/2016/04/04/ronovanwrites-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-91-frayveiled/

34 thoughts on “secret of clouds

  1. April is Spring… April is Autumn…. World/earth is amazing, in my childhood years, we were learning the months of the seasons and I didn’t know that in other hemisphere it was different. I learned later… I don’t know why I remembered this now, but life on earth is a magic… magic. I loved your sunset photographs, Port Phillip Bay seems so beautiful, Thank you dear Denis, have a nice day, Love, nia

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    1. Thanks Nia, yes it is odd how the reverse seasons happen in the North and South hemispheres. The Bay is beautiful, its like a huge inland lake with a tiny entrance out to the ocean.

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  2. Gorgeous as your sunsets always are ❤ Great reminder that we are in opposite seasons….couldn't even begin to imagine just heading into autumn and winter, dear God, bring on the longer days and heat please!

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  3. Such painterly photographs, such beautiful sunsets and ‘frayed cloud’ fits so perfectly. Thanks for entering our Photo Challenge – you will get the purple heart award this week – ha!ha! 🙂

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      1. Here in Florida it’s springtime and everything is in bloom. It’s a great time of year. The weather is mild and comfortable. Soon though Summer will be here with its hot, humid weather. Thank God for the beaches. 😉

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