Sunday, 4 October 2015

Silent Sunday - October 4th 2015



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    1. Thank you, Karen - it was the most dramatic of a lot of good sunsets this week.

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  2. Hi Rosie, I bet it was stunning to see. Herringbone skies always remind me of days at the seaside in England, as the sand always took on a similar affect when the tide went out.

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    1. Oh yes, I'd not thought of that. Simon thought it looked like larva in more close up on his camera and later on it looked like a buzzard in flight.

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  3. how brilliant is this! i took a similar photo last week. beautiful sunsets everywhere it seems!

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    1. That is just what I was writing on another sunset picture when your comment came through!

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  4. That certainly is a stunning sky x

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    1. Thank you Cathy - it turned the whole house orange!

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  5. I've seen some amazing sunsets lately, this is one of them, it reminds me of the lyrics in a Kate Bush song, "There's a hole in the sky with a big eyeball, watching me!"

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    1. It was absolutely stunning and lasted for ages. Like many people we have had some very good sunsets recently although all very different.

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  6. Wow - that is a stunning shot! I love how dramatic it is. #MySundayPhoto

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    1. It did feel rather ominous but we all woke safe and sound the next day :)

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  7. Wow! I've seen some stunning skies this week, but that is quite incredible!

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    1. I could hardly believe it either (and this photo is not edited in any way).

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  8. Amazing, such beautiful autumnal colours! Xx

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  9. Wow looks like the end of the world

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    1. It did rather feel like it but we woke up safely the next morning!

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  10. Your's is better than mine! That is quite spectacular!

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    1. But you had more dramatic weather to follow ...

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  11. Wow that is just something else, Clio lending a helping hand for Coombe Mill

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  12. Wow that sky and those colours...incredible

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. It was rather special and unlike most of our normal sunsets which are often very good anyway at this time of year.

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  13. Wow Rosie, what an amazing sky. It looks a bit apocalyptic with that hole! #MySundayPhoto

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    1. Indeed - I wonder what world ending force was trying to get down to earth?!

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  14. That is just beautiful! Such beautiful colours x

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  15. That's amazing, so beautiful! #mysundayphoto

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  16. Wow thats an amazing sky! So stunning! #mysundayphoto

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    1. That does seem to be the general consensus and I was just so glad I got to experience it.

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  17. What an absolutely stunning sunset. I'm very jealous of this picture on so many levels

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  18. Oh those golds, what a beautiful sky! :)

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    1. I read that as Gods, which might possibly be just as applicable!

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  19. Such a stunning sky, looks like i'm in a beautiful dream :)

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  20. What a stunning sunset - that sky looks so dramatic :-)

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    1. It was and it inspires me to write a poem: http://eco-gites.blogspot.fr/2015/10/autumns-fire-poem.html

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  21. Wow! Look at that sky! Stunning! #MySundayPhoto

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