"A good photograph is knowing where to stand" Ansell Adams.

Friday, June 10, 2011

Pink sky at night

I loved this sky after a rainy afternoon this afternoon.
There was a rainbow as well, but by the time I had gotten the camera and dealt with an unruly 14 year old, the rainbow had disappeared. 
I think the pink sky was just as beautiful. 
A delight.




I'm grateful for the beauty of nature. And moments like these. I'm joining in being grateful with Maxabella.

13 comments:

  1. Pretty photos! It sounds a bit weird, but the sky has the potential to totally change my mood. Whenever I see a beautiful sunrise or sunset, it just makes me smile xxx

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  2. They are amazing! Beautiful colours.

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  3. I love the name of your blog and that Ansell Adams quote... perfect!
    LOVELY sky.
    Nothing like a rain-washed sunset for colours.
    x

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  4. My four year old was absolutely in love with the sunset this evening. The pink, the blue your photos show it beautifully.

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  5. So lovely against the wintery trees.
    xx

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  6. That truly is gorgeous.

    Not long after I lost a friend to a heroin overdose I was on the bus coming home from work over the harbour bridge. I remember looking to the west and seeing this divinity of light stretching effortless across Sydney. I thought if that is what everyone sees in Heaven I'd be happy for my friend to be there. Your photos reminded me of her and how she very much liked pink. Thanks xx

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  7. Some gorgeous sunsets at the moment - a real bonus of winter. Love the colours captured in your photos - a pinky sky is just magical!

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  8. Grateful that you shared this beauty with us! I've never seen the sky that perfect deep pink - just wonderful!

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  9. gorgeous photos, love them, hopefully that means a beautiful day for you.

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  10. They are beautiful photos! Even without the rainbow!

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  11. Lovely photos, it is nice to take the time to appreciate our gorgeous surroundings.

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