Today’s sunset was a blaze of colour. I was out on the Coastal Path in Dunmore East and could hardly tear myself away.
Yesterday’s was a much more subdued affair which I witnessed out on The Copper Coast which is further on down the coast.
What brought special magic to this sunset was that I had brought my own blackness to take over when daylight succumbed.
The softness of his coat and the starry glint in his brown eyes rendered the deep darkness warm, companionable and ours.
10 thoughts on “A Tale of Two Waterfordian Sunsets”
Love the color, love the absence of color.
Thanks Suz. I often forget that green, black and white are colours.
Lucky you to have Stan for company on your expeditions…it makes for a more enjoyable jaunt…
Oh I know Joni. He’s great company but not on high cliffs!
Another wow. Your photos are really amazing Jean 🙂
The scenes are amazing, Arlene. My pics only give a bit of a sense of them.
You’re so blessed that you don’t have to choose and can experience both..:)
More than blessed, George.
Beautiful Jean, the contrasts are wonderful and your little blackness has his own light 🙂
Oh he has, indeed, Andrea.