A stunning purple sunset —
And puppy kisses:
What could be better?
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After three months of drought, forest fires and extreme heat,
The weather has finally turned cool and rainy.
It sure looks good!
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The yin and yang
Skimming the lilac-coloured
Water of the sunset
And floating off into eternity.
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One of the dogs’ favourite places for a swim
Is the jetty next to the floating sauna on our local lake.
I like it too —
Because of all the photo opportunities it gives!
It’s a peaceful place in the early mornings,
Where you can meditate on clouds and their reflections.
(Photos taken in early May.)
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A hot sunset
Sizzles over the lake.
A mother duck and her babies swim by.
Peace descends on the water
In the form of strawberry crush.
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I had a wonderful time away —
But there is something special about coming home to familiar sights.
Home is where the heart (or sunset) is.
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I’m going away to Montenegro and Croatia with the kids for a week —
To see new horizons and sights.
In the meantime, I leave you with
A pretty, pink sunset down at the lake.
(I won’t be around to comment on your blogs for about ten days.
But don’t worry, Our World will be up and running as normal!)
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And, of course, Our World!
Vivid red sky
And a sizzling reflection;
The setting sun balances
Later on, a bird flies by.
(All photos straight out of the camera.)
I’m going to London at the end of the week and then filming in Gothenburg as soon as I get back, so I won’t be posting for about ten days.
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And don’t forget Skywatch on Friday.
My Saturday nights are fairly exciting 🙂 :
They consist of watching
The sun setting over the lake:
Preferable with a burnt orange sky
And balloons gently floating away on the horizon.
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During my trip to Sussex, I climbed up Beachy Head.
The walk is a steep one – but I was joined
By wildflowers and stunted trees waving their hair in the wind.
The blue of the sea faded
Into the blue of the sky.
I heard the skylarks – and also a more unusual sound –
Bagpipes being played by a lone piper (intent on not annoying his neighbours?)
He played well – and the music made the scenery even more majestic.
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