Fire Sky

At 11 p.m, the northern sun started to sink below the horizon.

The very long daylight hours …

… make up for the long hours of darkness in December.

These are not the best quality photos as they were taken from the side window of a moving vehicle, but in this series, it’s the sky that counts.

Have a good week. 🙂

23 thoughts on “Fire Sky”

  1. Great shots for being taken through the window of a moving vehicle Lynette. As the days shorten, I will actually be awake for the sunsets, soon. Thanks for sharing. Allan

    1. Thank you, Allan. 🙂 I tried to reduce the blur as much as possible, but M was doing about 110 km. I thought about stopping for a couple of good shots, but in the north the mossies have been so terrifically bad this year that I just couldn’t! I am in Penticton now and they are nowhere near as bad. Yes – waiting up for the sunset can make it pretty late!

  2. So beautiful colors! Sunsets are so different and nice to photograph. Yesterday I realized that the day has shortened. The sunset is at 22.40 and sun is rising 4.14. Soon it will be one hour shorter.

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