Monday, November 30, 2009

Sunset

It must have been a pretty special sunset. Scott was the first off the mark with his photo from that night, followed by the Frisky Librarian. The building behind us normally blocks our view of sunsets, but clearly this was a special occasion. Beautiful sunsets surely tell us that the world is bigger than us. Here is my effort. Note the reflections in Albert Park Lake.

15 comments:

  1. love those colours

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  2. Only one I can ever remember seeing here Jayne.

    Thanks Fenz.

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  3. "The building behind us normally blocks our view of sunsets, but clearly this was a special occasion."

    I take it, it moved out of the way.

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  4. Nope Brian, the sun was off centre that evening.

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  5. Anonymous6:00 pm

    That's a cool shot! I like how the pink of the sky is reflected on the lake. Vik.

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  6. Pretty vivid hey Vik.

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  7. Anonymous12:00 am

    Pink sky at night, sheperds delight....

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  8. "Pink sky at night, sheperds delight...."

    Unless of course it's the glow from the bonfires caused by the latest foot-and-mouth panic.

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  9. Anon, I think it rained the next day.

    We are not allowed to have bonfires Brian.

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  10. A pretty spectacular sunrise also in Melbourne this morning :)

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  11. Absolutely lovely, it is so true, Sunrise and Sunset amazes me every time. I remember being in Freemantle 6 years ago, this time of the year, and the Sunset blew me away. Like an awakening... in meditation :)

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  12. I have seen so many James, they no longer impress me.

    Ah yeah Cazzie, it would set over the water. Nice. Mindel Beach in Darwin has a reputation and I can tell you, they are beautiful sunsets there.

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  13. It really was an amazing sight!

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  14. Must be rare Scott, since three of us at least noticed it.

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