In the middle of a very rainy January we managed to find two days of good weather for an escape to Port Ludlow.
The first morning I caught a hint of pink over the Olympics at sunrise, a foretaste of what would come later that day.
For just after sunset the clouds turned brilliant pink against a darkening blue sky.
Pink is always best when paired with blue.
More to come about our trip later.
Shared with Cee’s Midweek Madness Photo Challenge.
“Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight”.
Best wishes, Pete.
Thanks Pete. It was a beauty. And a couple of days of no rain! Hooray! 🙂
Hence the delighted shepherd! 🙂
Beautiful sunsets show that there is still beauty in a locked down world!
Yes, so true! Thanks John. 😊
Thank you so much! 🙂
Wow! Gorgeous, thanks for sharing! C
Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed it! 🙂
Oh what gorgeous pinks you have for us this week 😀
Thanks so much! I was happy to see that amazing sunset!
Thank you. It was special. ☺
Lovely sunrise and sunset. The bay there is a great place to see the the colors reflected in the water.
Thanks. We hadn’t spent any time there before so we were pleasantly surprised and happy to see such a beautiful sunset.
The sky is really a source of beauty.
Yes I agree!
Gorgeous! One of nature’s many gifts.
Yes, indeed! 😊
Oh what a gorgeous pink sunset 😀
Thank you! I was happy to see it! 🙂
We looked out the kitchen window a few mornings ago and saw three horizontal pink streaks from horizon to horizon. What a treat. I know just how uplifting those images were for you.
Yes, it was a real beauty!
I love sunsets. I just drink them up.
Me too! 😍