The dam flanked by pink and yellow clouds

Sunset through the trees

Even after two months here, I am still marvelling at the beauty of the land around our house, and the wildlife it attracts.  Mid-Spring means fewer grey skies, and more colourful sunsets.  Last night I was about to cook dinner when I noticesd the vivid colours – dinner was put on hold while I took these photos.

The dam flanked by pink and yellow clouds
The dam flanked by pink and yellow clouds
The garden bathed in pink light
The garden bathed in pink light
Eucalypt Trees
Eucalypt trees.
Straw Necked Ibis flying through a pink sky
Straw Necked Ibis flying through a pink sky
Trees silhouetted against a vivid sky
Trees silhouetted against a vivid sky
Pink light softens the colours of the landscape around the dam.
Pink light softens the colours of the landscape around the dam.
Sunset reflected on the surface of the dam
Sunset reflected on the surface of the dam.
Sunset reflected on the surface of the dam
Sunset reflected on the surface of the dam.
Fading light
Fading light through the trees.

2 thoughts on “Sunset through the trees

    1. Thank you. Yes, I think so too! I’m still amazed by the way the changing light affects the way I view each tree – the colours and textures of course, but also how it makes me notice different branches, or the way two trees relate to each other. Each day I notice new things. 🙂

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