February Laxey sunrise sequence

Yesterday’s sunrise was unusual as it started with ugly little black clouds that absorbed the redness of the sun.  Once the sun had started to rise, the fire cooled down and the sky became cool and subdued. Half moon still out and visible and greater visibility than on an average day as I could see the Cumbrian hills on the UK mainland (my true home land). It all lasted about an hour finishing with a colourless sky in the final photographs. Click on the gallery and join me as I walk along the beach!

11 thoughts on “February Laxey sunrise sequence

    1. jackie sowrey Post author

      Thanks Sandra. The Isle of Man is lovely on a good day. It’s grey and miserable today though! I like the sound of your stories. I’m in need of some good reads so I’ll be checking yours out for my Kindle.

      1. Sandra

        ‘Girl on the Beach’ is very much a ‘novice’ novel. Fun to read but you can tell it’s my first. I was finding my feet. ‘Dead of July’ which will be out in March will be worth reading. It’s still with my editor, but I am proud of it. Keep taking your lovely photos.

  1. mountaincoward

    Those are lovely photos – as are the ones on the posts below it too. It must be lovely to live on the Isle of Man – I’d fancy it for the peace and quiet but I think the Cumbrian hills opposite would tantalise me too much!


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