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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Rosy reflections

Due to the heat yesterday I only went for my daily walk with the dogs after 6pm. Officially we are now entering autumn, that is March/April in this part of the world, the heat has just not let up. Rain was predicted for today but so far nothing has happened, although the rainbird, Diedericks cuckoo, has been calling all day. If it rains hopefully there might be an end to the heat.  




Rosy sunlight reflected of the clouds and the clouds reflected on the quiet water. Clouds such as these are usually a precurser to a change in the weather.




Even the moon was bathed in the setting sun's rosy glow, as it followed the sun to the western horizon.

5 comments:

e.m.b. said...

Beautiful...the photos, and your description of the day.

e.m.b. said...

Beautiful...the photos, and your description of the day.

Joyful said...

Stunning photo of the moon. I hope you get some respite from the heat soon, even a day here and there helps.

Kay L. Davies said...

I am still SO impressed with the moon detail you get, Phillip. I tried (and failed) to get a photo of the moon last night. My camera kept focusing on the tree between me and the moon, and of course the flash went off, too. LOL
Meanwhile, I can enjoy your wonderful pictures.
K

Casey said...

Love the clouds pic - well, the moon too - but those clouds are reminding me of summer and fall up here. Usually within 24 hours a change in the weather happens after high cirrus clouds.