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Red Sky at Night, Shepherds Delight

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Comments (78)

sugarbag1 on March 14, 2010





Thankyou All for your comments on this photo. It was an exceptional evening with brillent colours that you can see here.I appreciate your visits and comments and hope you don't me replying to all of you at once. Best Regards,David

Aluisio Ribeiro 2 on March 28, 2010

Wow. Beautiful.

sugarbag1 on March 29, 2010

Thankyou Very very much Alu. Kind Regards, David

M.Curran on May 2, 2010

Perfect capture David. A very beautiful shot, you must have a nice sunset or two to choose from! Sharp and colourful, this is the way it should be. Kind regards


sugarbag1 on May 2, 2010

Hi Martin. Yes indeed I did have a few to choose from that night. It was very good evening with plenty of dust in the atmosphere.At the time, I thought it was too late to get any good shots, but how mistaken I was!!!. Kind Regards, David

tu-quoque on June 3, 2010

This photo is wonderful. The starkness of the trees against the ravishing colour of the sky is just beautiful.

M.Curran on June 3, 2010

I should have said best of David!

sugarbag1 on June 3, 2010

Thankyou very very much dear Martin :-) Breakfast time now and time to feed my birds. Wild birds that feed on the lawn.They even bring there baby up to show us and are so proud of it.These birds visit every body in this area.They sing if you don't go out straight away when they arrive.Kind REgards, David

M.Curran on June 3, 2010

Great to see the birds David. Have you any photos? We seem to have a nest in a lower part of our roof as I see little blackbirds coming and going. The only problem is that we have 2 cats! No casualties from that nest yet!

sugarbag1 on June 4, 2010

Yes I do and we have many different types of parots also. Kind Regards, David.Ps You should have mail by now

kamalyn on June 4, 2010

LOL, David: Are they drunk parrots?

sugarbag1 on June 6, 2010

Hello Kamalyn. Thanks for the link. Its more than likely, my first thought was they are eating probully fruit which is fermenting and then read down the page that it is possibly the reason.A good example is Bees. When Canola crops are flowering, the bees will travel up to 5 klms just to collect and drink the nector from this flower, and I am friends of a Bee Keeper and he said they get drunk on this nector and roll around and also become a little agressive too at time after feasting on it. Thanks for tellingme. KIndest REgards, David

sugarbag1 on June 6, 2010

Thankyou very much Anna for your comments on this beautiful sunset which I took on Valentine's Day 2009. Kindest Regards, David

Inspector H snaps on July 16, 2010

Ah ha this it it - your thumbnail signature - really is beautiful. You have some fantastic big sky WA sunsets. Will get to the sunrises and some of the big blue sky outback pics next time. Thanks for visiting ole Clancy of the Overflow!!! Helen

Angelofruhr on October 12, 2010

What an amazing shot and landscape, David

like and YS

Greetings from Germany, Angelika

Andrzej Brudziński..… on July 18, 2012

Very nice photo!Like13.Greetings Andrzej

Akbar.Armaghan Nouri on May 24, 2014


Aleks Nik on October 23, 2014

Красивые цвета, красивое небо на закате! С уважением, Алекс.L15

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 14, 2010
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by sugarbag1
    • Camera: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP. IR-300
    • Taken on 2010/02/14 19:45:28
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 6.30mm
    • F/Stop: f/3.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO64
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash