Golden joy

It’s almost impossible to photograph a summer sunset

As the sun goes down so very late.

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Even at 9.30 or 10 in the evening,

The sun is blazing golden and serene.

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The evening light is liquid honey —

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And when Simmie shakes after his swim,

He creates golden fireworks of water.

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For more joy, please visit: Our World.

And Skywatch.

102 thoughts on “Golden joy

  1. So truly wonderful captures; the final one is amazing… I can’t see such splendor of sunset in here; but, virtually, I enjoy it so much in your posts! MAny thanks for sharing such beauty of nature!
    A great and sunny new week ahead!

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  2. Hello, your dogs looks like they are in heaven. Splishing and splashing. Love the golden sunset and images. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  3. You’ve captured the most golden of scenes Fiona, each special and a creation of extraordinary moments in time. Love this entire series.

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    1. I think my favourite season has to be autumn from a photography point of view. I like summer, however, as then I don’t need to bundle up so much and I love the long, light evenings.

      Lady Fi wrote: > >

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  4. “The evening light is liquid honey —”

    Fiona, I LOVE how you expressed that because you’re right, that’s exactly what it looks like!

    Stunning images!

    That final one is AMAZING!!!!

    Have a beautiful week, my friend 🙂

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  5. Like you said ‘liquid gold.’ Wow, such beautiful photos. We went to Iceland about a month ago and sunset was around 11:00 p.m. We felt like we never saw the night.

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  6. Although we love our dear bonny Bonnie-dog, your photos remind me (in a wonderful way) of our dear darlin’ old Lindy-girl who died earlier this year. I agree with Maniparna Sengupta Majumder (above) that your last photo here is exceptional photography.
    Kay

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  7. Awe-inspiring photographs! You captured the magical moments fantastically. Darkness is already fallen around 20:00 in my part of the world. You really have long daytime at this time of year.

    Yoko

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