After a lovely start to the day, late in the afternoon the clouds rolled in and it turned cold. We decided to call it a day, and headed home. Typically, about two minutes before we arrived at our holiday flat the skies cleared again.
Well, that doesn’t bode well. http://keithdevereux.blogspot.com/2022/04/cloudscapes-03-april-2022.html
Finally some cloudy skies … but still no rain.
After a dismal start to the day, the clouds cleared to reveal …
After a night of rain it was a clear start to the day. But it’s getting cloudy again as rain and cold weather are forecast.
Late afternoon sky.
Once storm Barra had cleared, to be honest we just had a little wind and rain, the blue skies returned … for a while.
Late afternoon sky.
Took this afternoon #cloudscape and popped it through a filter I normally use for espresso photos. It came out quite unusual.
The November weather is really upon us now. Most of yesterday was with that horrible fine drizzle that soaks through everything, and although it cleared a little overnight the rain set in again this morning. It’s stopped now, but I can’t help thinking we’ll be better off inside.
… but still a spectacular sunrise.
It’s been forecast for a while, but I guess the change in weather is finally upon us.
It’s changeable today. Getting cloudy as rain and cold weather are forecast.
Whatever happened to the sun?
Last nice day before a week of rain, according to the forecast.
It’s a day of lovely wispy clouds today, but unusually these are almost perfectly straight lines, which I have never seen before. With the sun behind such a hazy sky, it was almost inevitable that there was also a large halo around the sun, which was quite spectacular.
Mixed start to the day. Wonder which way it’ll go? Actually turned out quite nice …
As the sun went down on a changeable day we saw colours that we have never seen before.
For the past few days we’ve enjoyed clear blue skies and sunny days. All this is about to change, and the clouds are rolling in.
Just back from our holiday where we saw many spectacular sunsets. ‘Welcome home,’ replies the north.