Weekly Photo Challenge: Sky

I’m a big sky/sunset photo fan! If I ever save enough money I’d love to buy a quality camera and some gear to take better landscape photos. Maybe one day, for now I’m happy snapping away at these glorious scenes.

Taken just outside our village last week using my Nokia N8 camera phone. I’m taking a series of photos of the same field throughout the year so hopefully I’ll have one when the corn changes to a lush gold colour. With any luck I’ll capture one with a field of snow sometime in the winter.

Took this gorgeous photo overlooking one of the race courses in Newmarket in April. Looks amazing in full view. I had to wait around for about an hour to get this shot!

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25 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Sky

    • It’s a very flat area, where I live, the only hills we have here are bridges over the train tracks and very low rises where the ground undulates across the landscape.

  1. beautiful sunset. I thought the first was a wheat field. Can you tell I’m not a farmer? heh heh.
    do get yourself a good camera someday – you have a great eye for visual!
    walk in beauty.

  2. I’m definitely with you on that one! I love sunsets too, especially ones with clouds and silhouettes. I have a thing – I’m discovering – with silhouettes. I used to watch sunsets by the lake especially during the most difficult times of my life. I always think, “If God can do THAT then He can do ANYthing!” Majestic!

    • Thanks! It’ll take about a year and then plenty of time to sift through the photos to find the best ones. I was thinking of having them printed and framed if they’re good enough.

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