fading light

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layered clouds

filtering sunlight

at days end

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layered clouds

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filtering sunlight

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at days end

Sunset on Monday night, almost the equinox and a beautiful arrangement of colour looking West across Port Phillip Bay from the Black Rock cliffs. Sadly however I was tucked up in bed when the sun rose so don’t know if it was equal in display.

This is my contribution to  RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge 115 Clouds&Sunshine. Read an awesome collection of haiku by poets around the world taking up this challenge go to https://ronovanwrites.wordpress.com/2016/09/19/ronovanwrites-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-115-cloudssunshine/

40 thoughts on “fading light

  1. Monday was the equinox at Black Rock. But maybe just one night before, the sun would have set directly behind the You Yangs (mountains) from this point!

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      1. … 🙂 I am thinking same for yours dear Denis! But you know the sun is same, but sunrise or sunset never been same… even in same place, in same time… I love your sunset and sunrise views. You are welcome and Thanks again. Have a nice day, Love, nia

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    1. Thanks Annette, the colours can change amazingly over a period of a few minutes when this cloud/sun combination come together. I sometimes shoot off 50 plus images in succession and then its hard to delete.

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