Saturday, 4 March 2017

Picture This #392 ~ Dusk, Dawn Or Night

Many thanks to Heidi for hosting this week. A great theme, one we haven't done in quite a while. Between 2007 and 2009, I took a LOT of sunset shots (I'm not a morning person, so rarely take dawn shots). Took me a while to decide which shots to use.

1) Probably my favourite of my own sunset shots. Taken at Freshwater West Beach, Pembrokeshire, Wales. 
Sunset Seas 3

2) Another one of my favourites was this sunset behind the oil refinery at Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, Wales. 
Skyglow 6

3) Silhouetted walker at sunset, Amroth Beach, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Amroth Sunset Walker

4) I've hardly ever taken night-shots. This is one of the few I have taken. Tugboats on the Cleddau River, Pembrokeshire, Wales, preparing to go meet an oil tanker.
Preparing The Boats



4 comments:

  1. Love all your sunset's wow just wow
    the night shot is superb
    of course your bird is cool

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  2. Hi Mitch, wonderful banner shot of the bird throwing her head back to welcome the day. Love your other pictures as well; the spray at Freshwater beach greeting the sun, the clouds over the mysterious spires, (I know it's an oil refinery), your lone walker, and the reflections on the water in Pembrokeshire.

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  3. Beautiful shimmering ashgreyclouded sky and iridescent platinum sun shining upon the lacefrothing sea caressing the bistreblackrocked shoreline

    Beautiful shimmering mustardgreencoverlet-saffron-charcoalclouded sky and iridescent platinum fawn sky.

    Utterly lovely capture of the sunset and lone walker

    The Little Tugboat That Could.

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  4. Wonderful shots of sunsets with the golden suns sinking slowly where they sink. Love the reflection on the water on the third shot. Even an oil refinery has its charm by sunset. The last shot is really unique. I get you with the sunset and not sunrise, although since becoming a golden oldie I am now more into sunrise shots.

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