I took this picture one evening last week. At first glance, it looks like a pretty, but otherwise unremarkable, sunset. And indeed, it was taken around the time of sunset. But here’s the unusual bit: the camera was pointing to the East. I’ve not yet researched how this effect happens. If you can tell me, please feel free to do so in the comments box! Thanks.It's kind to share!
Poets and Photographers rhapsodise over sunsets, and it’s not difficult to see why; that always present, yet always different, event that crowns the end of each day with a display of colour in the sky. A scene that can’t be bought – it’s never for sale – but viewing is highly recommended.It's kind to share!
One day this past week, I was on a short routine journey over country roads, and had briefly stopped (yes, you’ve guessed it – to photograph something else!) when I looked round and saw this skyscape. I had literally seconds to capture it, before the drama was over. This is why I say that I collect moments.It's kind to share!