Sunday Selections # 18

It's Sunday Selection time again!

Time to post photos that have been hiding away in your computer files, photos that you may have completely forgotten about. Have a hunt through your files and find them.

This idea comes to us from Kim at frogpondsrock, who realised one day that she takes many more photos than she uses, (as we all do), and wanted to post some of the older ones on her blog.

A once a week meme seemed like a good idea, so Sunday Selections was born, and anyone at all can join in.

I often choose a theme for my Sunday Selections, and this week my theme is.....


To join in with Sunday Selections, post photos of your choice under the Sunday Selections title, then go to Kim's site, frogpondsrock,  add your name to her linky list and leave her a comment.
Then have a look at what others have posted for their selections.
There are some really good photographers out there.


  1. They are just spectacular. The colours are so rich against the trees. Wow.

  2. I love them :) Love the silhouettes of the trees in the foreground & the beautiful colours.

  3. Terribly Van Gogh. And that bloke who did 'The Scream'.

  4. Fantastic photos my favourite one this time around is the 3rd photo with the different hues. Checkout my comment on your last post :-).

  5. EC; I picked just the right moment. It fades so quickly...

    sleepydwarf; this is the view from my backyard.

    R.H. thank you.

    Windsmoke; That one if I remember rightly is the one where the clouds had moved on and the colour was fading. I saw your previous comment and left a reply.

  6. I'm sure there is some kind of dry, scientific explanation for the colours of sunsets but I find that they just fill me with joy at their beauty. I love how they change - sometimes the sky's afire
    with tints of red and gold, other times it's gentle pinkish hues seem soft and pillowy. How does that moment when darkness and light change places produce such a stunning effect. I loved these, River!

  7. Marie; thank you. I've noticed the colours are more intense when the clouds are stormy ones.


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