Here are some of my best pics from September.
Rain and sunshine equals rainbow and there was one the other day. It was quite faint, or maybe I noticed it too late when it was already fainting.
Here’s the pics.
The following photographs have already appeared on this blog, as part of the dead and buried WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. The reason why I’m reposting them is the same as with the Albert Dock of Liverpool pictures. Arnside deserves its own post.
Arnside is a village in Cumbria, North West England, on the river Kent estuary in Morecambe Bay. It’s belongs to the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty–you can see why.
I have added the following two pics for this post:
From my trip in September 2016.
Another one of those unpredictable smartphone shots that turn out so well. I’m not normally in this area at that time, so it was doubly unexpected.
Mostly because I couldn’t think of any.
One of my better sunsets.
The reason why I take so many pictures from my window is that I’m lucky to have such a good view. No buildings in the way and when the weather’s clear, I can even see the Yorkshire hills in the distance.
This is Manchester now. Cranes, cranes, everywhere.
Also sunsets, if the sky is clear.
Taken with my phone on the way home from work on Friday. And what is better than finishing work on a Friday?
I got it!
Just like every January, here’s this year photo related to sky. It’s sunrise from my window.
That one time I took pictures in Heaton Park on Boxing Day and they came out blue.
Yes, it’s the same day as the photo in this post.
It was something new for me, as I don’t go to Heaton Park in winter and I definitely don’t go anywhere during Christmas time. I was glorious!
Do you ever get pleasure from experiencing something so tiny or so trivial for the first time?
This one looks surreal, as if it was an opening in the sky into another dimension.
Ooh, it’s looks like it’s been a while since I last posted. Though, in fairness, this time last year it was much dryer here.
Here is a picture that I named “The Autumn Days Of Yore”. I don’t know why exactly. It sounds nice, it was taken in autumn and it was in the past (like two weeks ago) and that is all the reasons I can come up with.
So, this is it:
Sooo, it’s November. Which means we’re closer to the end of the year, which is where I do that “where has the year gone?” thing.
So, really, where has the year gone?