SUNRISES AND SUNSETS.

One of our most beautiful natural sights is a glorious sunset or sunrise. Living on the west coast at the south side of Morecambe Bay I get the opportunity now and again to get some pictures. I also look for them when on holiday.

These are my Sunrise images, the first two taken from my patio. The second one on a fiery morning of Pinkfeet Geese on the move from the march to feed.

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Over Morecambe Bay on a Winter morning..

   

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On holiday 2005 on the Scottish island of Colonsay I took these photographs of the sunrise over Jura on Christmas day.

   

Another from my garden.

Sunsets arrive at a sensible time of the day and can be spectacular.

 

These were taken on Mull on evening.

        

Some moody ones from Morecambe

     

   

Our Eric, as if you need telling.

 

                 

The silhouetted birds in these sunsets are Sculpted Cormorants on a roundabout near Morrison's Supermarket and were commissioned by them. To get the picture I had to stand in the middle of the road. Luckily I was seen by the drivers.

     

   

A funny watery sun produced the following effects of the sunset.

     

     

The boats in these shots make the difference.

     

     

More Morecambe Sunsets.

       

These metal Cormorants are sat on rocks positioned along the start of the Stone Jetty, Morecambe.

       

       

       

Sunset over the derelict wooden jetty at Heysham Harbour and two across the bay.

   

More from the promenade with a fiery sky, very moody.

       

   

Sunsets at the River Kent Estuary at Arnside.

   

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