Time for another sunset

January 16 2019 @ 16:38 …though not as you know it. This shot is facing north-east so the cloud is picking up the colours of the western sky, which actually was not as exciting. We haven’t had many spectacular sunsets this winter so far as the skies have been very cloudy and overcast for much…

day 30: A Cornish Sky

ALTOCUMULUS clouds look fleecy and have dark, shadowed sides. This winter sky features the Wheal Coates mine ruins along the north Cornish coast. December’s #SquareSky challenge | A Cornish Sky

day 16: the hill

STRATOCUMULUS clouds are spread out heaps of dense cover that rise higher in the atmosphere. December’s #SquareSky challenge | Silhouetted Stones

day 10: Rain Clouds

CUMULONIMBUS clouds are piled up high like scoops of dark ice cream. These clouds usually bring rain showers. To the north, in the background, it looks to be already raining heavily, whilst here on the top of Trencrom Hill we are enjoying sunshine and blue skies December’s #SquareSky challenge | Rain Clouds

day eight: cauliflower sky

CUMULUS clouds look like giant heads of cauliflower because they are white and fluffy. December’s #SquareSky challenge | Cumulus

day six: low altitude clouds

STRATOCUMULUS clouds are spread out heaps of dense cover that rise higher in the atmosphere. December’s #SquareSky challenge | Sratocumulus

cornwall in colours: grey

A stormy day on Praa Sands looking towards Rinsey Head and the Lizard. Looking at those clouds you have to wonder why we carried on down the Lizard…

Porthleven Harbour

A bright and sunny day with fabulous cumulus clouds took us to Porthleven because a) we became stuck in a traffic jam heading to Lizard Point and b) the car park at Poldhu Cove was totally full. Although the village was busy there was still plenty of room outside along the harbour for lunch at…