Friday, 11 January 2013

Winter Sunset

Here's some more of the photos that I took when I was out on the Ayrshire coast over the New Year.

The sun is setting over the Firth of Clyde, and you can just see the low shape of Arran in the distance.

There was the smell of smoke from a bonfire crackling at a nearby house.

The wind was very cold, blowing in from the Firth of Clyde in the last of the light over the empty seashore.  The distant shape of Arran was a pale lilac outline.

Sheep quietly ate turnips from the furrows of the ploughed fields, their fleeces turned a gentle pinkish colour by the last of the winter light.

Light all gone, time to head for home.

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