Sunsets here in North Wales can be quite dramatic, In the Winter time we see the sun set over the mountains in the distance. In summer time the sunset swings round more towards the sea. Last Sunday we had an amazing one, this photograph doesn’t do it justice, one of the best I have see in a good few years,
Monday donned bright and sunny, clear blue skies, biting cold wind and it didn’t look like the sunset was going to be all that great. Not with clear skies like they were. But my cloud prediction app was reporting heavier cloud in the late afternoon so I decided to hit the beach and see if I could get a sunset. Clouds were starting to form but nothing like the previous night. From the dunes I can see right along the coast to the Carneddau and Snowdon mountain ranges and it’s pretty obvious sunset was a bust.
Even out to sea, almost no cloud. All I was doing was getting colder and colder by the minute so time to head home.
By the time I had got off the dunes and into the abandoned Frith gardens the sun had truly set, but I decided to go for a silhouette of the old bandstand, just to finish my short and cold trip off.
So it was a bust. The photographs really aren’t that interesting, but I got out for an hour or so and my ankle seemed to be holding up well.
That’s all from me. I forgot to say, First photograph is from my phone, The other three from my regular camera