The sunset on Friday afternoon was so pretty with it's soft peach and mauve colours.
To think I was missing all these glorious sunsets all these years before the wall of trees was removed.
We were on our way to church a bit later than normal this morning as Murray didn't have to play keyboard and the choir had the morning off. He was driving and I took this photo through his side window with my iPhone. That's why you see a reflection on the left side. ;) The fog cloud was hanging over the Keswick River where it meets with the St. John River. There was frost on everything before the sun melted it off.
The sun was so bright that I couldn't see what I was taking a photo of but I was pleased with the results. I lightened the photo up a bit so you could see more detail but that's it.
Another quick snap a few feet further. I love the light and soft colours.
Along the St. John River. I caught the guardrail in this one but didn't want to crop it as I'd lose some of the river.
It's been sunny and mild and very calm here the past 2 days.
This is such a beautiful drive. Right now the leaves are gone and we can see more of the river. I'd love to be able to stop and take pictures in some of these spots but the side of the road is narrow and there are a lot of long grasses and brush in the way.
I like the colours in this photo though, and the sun shining on the grass and melting frost on it in the foreground.
Around 4:30, the clouds were rolling in from the west.
We're in for a wet and windy day tomorrow from the storms that have created all the tornados and terrible damage across the US mid-west. I hope you, my readers in that area, are safe.
Have you had some beautiful November skies?
I hope you have a wonderful week ahead.