December 20, 2010

A Cloudy Sunset For A Monday Morning

There has been a cool change in the weather here on The Farm.  It has been overcast, windy and nowhere near as warm as it would usually be at this time of year.  (Poor Farmboy is doing swimming lessons - the kids all have blue lips by the end) It is going to warm up on Christmas Eve apparently, with the Christmas Day forecast still in the early 40s celsius (well above 100 F for you overseas readers).

Due to the abundance of cloud, the sunsets have been stunning.  Here are some photos I took when we were out walking on Saturday evening.

Looking South East

The Setting Sun
South East Again

I love the way the clouds reflect the light in the photos taken in a more easterly direction.  The clouds had a pearly luminescence that just doesn't show up well in the photos.

I love this photo too.  I wish I had it when I did my gum tree post.

Sunlit White Gum


Sydney Shop Girl said...

The space, the light, the peace, the fresh air.

Wish I was there.

Thank you for the photos, AFW.

SSG xxx

G said...

Can't beat a good sunset for some colour inspiration... G

Amy said...

Reminds me of my country days back in QLD.
Just popped over from Maxabella - enjoying your quirky and fun posts. Esp. like the country manners post. Here's a one finger wave to you!
xx Amy

A Farmer's Wife said...

SSG - It is lovely. Sometimes I forget to look and then something happens and I notice it all again.

Georgie - Thank you, I couldn't agree more.

Amy - Thanks for commenting. I am glad you are enjoying the blog. Sometimes when I read back through it I wonder if it is a bit too quirky. But anyway, it is what it is!

Sarah said...

I can almost hear the quiet just looking at those photos. I envy you your wide open spaces!

Brasilian_Babe said...

You so lucky to have such beautiful surroundings 24/7!!!

A Farmer's Wife said...

Sarah - Thank you. I love both the sense of place and space that comes from living on a farm.

Brasilian_Babe - Thankyou. I must admit to sometimes taking it all a bit for granted.