Posts Tagged sun
It’s been fantastic weather this weekend, and even better that this particular weekend lies on the bank holiday. It’s unsettling, almost, us baits are too used to clouds.
It’s been raining all day. But one thing I tend to notice is that when it rains all day and the weather clears later, everything looks fresh and vibrant. We are in bluebell season right now, and my local park has some stunning examples.
Took the bus home which goes past the park, so decided to get off a few stops early and walk the rest of the way.
The following photo was not taken at 12 pm, but the clock tower has stopped. The sculpture in the foreground is a very mechanical looking depiction of Nikola Tesla.
The church in evening sunlight is lit up, and the dull greys and browns become bright, shocking almost.
That’s what they are. The things which you see on every plate glass building, covering the windows in various forms, blocking out the light – or at least a percentage of it.
At my partner’s home, on the wall is an old barometer. I don’t know all that much about it, other than its basic function. Tap the side and the needle moves towards what the weather is going to be in the near future.
Today, the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia caused devastation in Ireland. In England the effects were much less felt, but winds were strong for most of the day, and around 11am the sun grew dim and orange. Apparently it was dust picked up from the Sahara. But it turned the light yellow. It was an unusual few hours for sure…