Thursday, 24 July 2008

Sky Watch Friday - Some Inky Blackness...

I'm not the best photographer in the world - or even in my household for that matter - but I wanted to capture the very last of the day's heat. After I'd taken this I realised that the glow wasn't coming from just the setting sun alone, but also from the local steel and chemical works!! How beautiful is that!!??
My, how we laughed at my foolishness!

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15 comments:

CrazyCath said...

The steelworks? My they are hot steel works!

SandyCarlson said...

I love it. It's mysterious and eerie.

"JEANNELLE" said...

That's fine....its still a sky scene! Just no sun.

babooshka said...

So it really is a fire in the sky! It's got a wonderful orange glow wherever it's from, it's still fiery.

Wren said...

It still makes a great photo, regardless of the source of the light.

Carletta said...

We wouldn't have known if you hadn't told us. :)

Still makes for a lovely shot!

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Great shot! The mill puts out a *lot* of heat! Nice Sky Watch!

Rose said...

No matter what it is from it still is a wonderful photo.

Suzanne said...

I like the photo, its mysterious, even you werent sure what the nice warm glow was that adds to the mystery. Needing some warmth desperately in Aus. Happy SWF.

Denise said...

Reminded me of the Iron Man ciming over the top of the hill.........where had he come from? Nobody knowa, how did he get there.....nobody knows.

Oh I'm off now! LOL! Great book to read when E is a little older. A chapter a night. Ted Hughes classic!

Aileni said...

Makes a picture though.

imac said...

You have captured that well great photo.

imac said...

You have captured that well great photo.

CherryPie said...

It has come out rather well, it looks eerie!

Island Rambles Blog said...

I love this dark photo of yours...you have a wonderful blog...thanks for sharing this photo with us...cheers.