And The Light Goes On   2 comments

It is that time of year again …. I am no friend of the long nights drawing in but this is the one thing I look forward to every year. I get to see the big light in the sky getting switched on, as the golden globe rises slowly above the town, and that without having to get up in the middle of the night. I am no landscape photographer and it shows, and I haven’t been able to persuade my immediate neighbours to knock down their houses so I can have a better view, but it doesn’t matter. It is an unmissable spectacle every single time and I am going to share it with you whether you like it or not 😉

And The Light Goes On

And The Light Goes On

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  1. I’m glad you shared it, Sonja, and I’m sorry I missed it earlier. There is just something about an orangey-pinky sky with interesting clouds hanging about, that is truly captivating. I end up catching more of the end of day skies, so it’s lovely to see the beginning of day sky through you. :o)

    • Oh hello, Kari, thanks for dropping by. The nights are definitely getting longer…so I get to see the sunrises now since they are not in the middle of the night (3 or 4 am is too early for me to get up) and they are usually a delight. When it is not grey, that is. The sunsets are beautiful, too, but where we stay the view is blocked by the close by woodland.

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