The only opportunity this week to capture a little hint of
colour in the sky, driving back along the Murray Valley,
looking back at the foothills of the Mt.Lofty Ranges.
The sky showed some promise so I pulled over and hoped...
plenty of clouds with the sun peeping through
no trumpets blaring, no bells and whistles, no heart stopping
rush of awe at the sheer magnificence, just a gentle fizzing out,
leaving the vastness of the sky just a vastness without
Hope you have better luck elsewhere, just click the Logo to
find out for yourself.
Thanks to all those people who have kept this meme going for
such a long time.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
SkyWatch ~ A So-So Sunset
Labels: dynamic sky, mr.Lofry Ranges, Murray valley, sunset
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Still very pretty,although more subdued.ReplyDelete
Still beautiful Arija! The vast sky, the undulating clouds....ReplyDelete
Pop over to my blog for a sunrise I almost missed this morning.....out in PJs with the camera.
I should be arrested! ;D
Looks like a few gentle brush strokes of soft color. Nice.ReplyDelete
Trust me, the shock of me in the PJs is good for NO ONE. (not even me...I have hit *that age*)
And my neighbors go to work early, so usually it is some poor unsuspecting farmer that gets the eyeful for the day!!! hahaha!!!
Sorry it was just a sunrise... ;D
Subdued but beautiful and your composition makes up for any lack of drama. Gorgeous captures as always, Arija! I do hope you have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
That is a lovely set of photos--I could bask here for a long long time.ReplyDelete
I love that silvery quality Arija.ReplyDelete
And yet, it's a very interesting sky!ReplyDelete
Molto graziose queste foto di tramonto per SW.ReplyDelete
Felice serata :)
Amazing pics and moving words...ReplyDelete
Beautiful captures... you never disappoint!ReplyDelete
I love your clouds.ReplyDelete
I think it is magnificent.
pretty views in their own way,ReplyDelete
sometimes we don't need a blaze of colour to appreciate
I understand the feeling of wanting a stunning sunset capture, but, it was the same in my little corner of the world this week also. We do the best we can with what we find. However, I think your sunset captures are quite lovely, I like the golden glow.ReplyDelete
I am not at all disappointed in your photos...I like the gentleness of the sky. Hope you are feeling ok.ReplyDelete
Well, I think this is a lovely peaceful sunset, and I would always be glad to see the sun going to bed so gently.ReplyDelete
Arija! I think this is a wonderful sunset...not so-so at all!ReplyDelete
'Just a gentle fizzing out'. How poetic!ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you stopped and shared this gorgeous sunset. Still a beautiful light show.ReplyDelete
What I like sky watching is that every moment has it's own beauty. Just like this one each photo has it's own characteristic and I know this were taken in just a matter of seconds and they are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Some wonderful skies with interesting clouds. Have a good weekend.ReplyDelete
Those are quite nice for "so-so". :-)ReplyDelete
My Sky Watch Post
I like your sky shots especially the last one. Sometimes the sky holds a subtle beauty. Hope the skies brighten for you soon!!ReplyDelete
It looks beautiful to me. I enjoyed this sequence. Kind of shimmering in some of the shots.ReplyDelete
Such dreamy shots. I think they are absolutely gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Lovely soft sky shots. Gorgeous.ReplyDelete
A subtle kind of beautiful.ReplyDelete
Ahhhh yes, but what you did capture Arija, is sheer beauty, a promise of a new day. Enjoy your weekend and stay safe~ReplyDelete
These clouds need no bells and whistles................ReplyDelete
Lovely, soft colors. A sunset doesn't have to sock you in the eye to be gorgeous, especially the way you have captured this one!ReplyDelete