Thursday, 4 August 2022

On the Way Home

 

These photos were taken a month ago when we came hope from Wales. As we were coming off the A34 at Chilton I noticed the sunset and took a few photos out of the window so they are not quite as sharp.

 
This was around 8:30 in the morning after we climbed the hill from the campsite, I looked down and got this photo

 
This was nearly 10 pm as we came off the slip road, the sun had gone down and left a pink hue

 
Going down Hagbourne hill I took one out the window towards Didcot
 
I took a last one near home of the pink horizon

 
The flowing evening I looked out  the front of the hose and saw the clouds tinged pink


A panoramic seemed in order


And one from our bathroom


The moon was in the sky eager to take over from the sun

Happy Skywacth
 

23 comments:

  1. You are so generous with your photos this week. They are all great!!

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    1. Because the one for next week I have wanted to show for a wile and did not want to wait longer

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  2. Beautiful sky photos. I love the first one. What an awesome view!

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    1. That one is always good and spectacular at times

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  3. These are incredible sunset and skyscape !

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    1. It would have been nice if I had got them a little earlier and not from a moving car

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  4. Such beautiful skies there. It surprises me how light it is at 10:00 pm, but it was the time of the longest days of summer.

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    1. Even lighter up in Scotland. It darker at that time here now

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  5. Hello Billy!
    Thank you very much for visiting me!
    Your photos are perfect as always. I am delighted with the sunset.
    Hugs and greetings :)

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    1. Thank you I would not go so far as perfect but I'm glad you like them

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  6. That first picture is stunning. What a beautiful scene.

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  7. I so enjoyed your first picture. "Pastoral" comes to mind. And, thinking of a 10pm sunset, I've only seen that late a sunset once in my life.

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  8. Very nice documentation.

    Visting from Skywatch Friday!

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  9. Nice photographs. I double looked at the 10 P.M. shot. The light on the pole is awesome.

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    1. That was the reflection through the car window caused that

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