just back home after a single night on the north coast. It was beautiful last night – stopped off in Ballintoy as it got close to 10pm for the sunset.
This week I spent 3 days at work at the Farset International Centre on the Springfield Road in Belfast. Wasn’t expecting this view. You can see right across the city from large parts of the Belfast Trust to the shipyards. These shots were taken on Thursday from early morning through the day as the skies cleared and the sun broke through.
it’s September, the first signs of the trees changing appeared weeks ago, the schools are back and the traffic back to “normal”. It feels like summer is over. It seemed fitting to put up a few sunsets, some taken this summer in places like Portugal or the North Antrim coast, others from previous years.
Imagine a perfect evening spent toasting marshmallows over a fire in the sand dunes, drinking hot chocolate & watching the sun go down over the Atlantic.
we called in at Ballintoy harbour last night just as the sun was going down. Except for the horizon the sky was cloudy. The sea was really calm – no waves at high tide, just gentle ripples. Just beautiful.
sunrise on the eastern coast of the US.
approaching sunset on the north antrim coast
2016 has started with so much rain and so much cloud. But this afternoon was bright and cold with a beautiful winter sun & sky. This morning I took this first shot:
This evening I took this nearby as the sun was disappearing.