I nearly missed the sunset last night. It was small and fleeting. This was all that was left (of it) from my apartment balcony looking up the hill to the main road when I stepped out to see if my potted plants needed watering. Advertisements
NOTE: to gain a full appreciation of how much the skies changed over the 20 months I lived in a 3rd floor apartment, may I suggest you click on the HOME button at the top of your screen (after viewing each post) and scroll back through a few posts to compare the colours of the skies.
The last of the sunset lights the top of The Good Shepherd Chapel, Abottsford Convent (to the south) from my (then) 3rd floor apartment balcony. Leaning over the balcony fence, looking to the right – west – over the nearby warehouse roof………..was the most amazing orange sky colour I’ve ever seen. It was like the sky was on fire.
Of course this post is all about the sky colour, not the lousy 🙂 silhouette.
This image was made about 40 minutes after the images in the previous post.
There’s a story behind the series of images in this post. I had seen a spectacular sunset the night before walking home from the Royal Botanic Gardens. I decided to go down to St Kilda beach and walk out to the end of the long pier at dusk in the hope of catching a ‘repeat performance’ by Mother Nature. Melbourne has some of the most spectacular sunsets, or sky colours, depending on… Read More