The sky on fire…

Today was a perfect day for gardening and I happily lost all track of time as I pottered and planted and mulched and watered. Then as the day came to a close look what I was rewarded with. I just had to share this with you.

sunset May pc 004

I hope all my blogging friends have had a good day and you have an interestingΒ weekend planned.

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To see beauty like this in nature makes me want to just sit and breathe and absorb it fully in the short time it presents these gorgeous colours for our enjoyment. So I am linking this to Ailsa’s theme of the week “breathe”

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26 thoughts on “The sky on fire…

  1. WOW! what a beautifully stunning sky Pauline

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  2. I didn’t have a sunset that beautiful, but I worked several hours in the garden pulling weeds, mulching, and moving a few plants. πŸ™‚

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  3. simply gorgeous. πŸ™‚

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  4. Fantastic sunset, Pauline. We had one the same the other afternoon and we’re miles apart! πŸ˜‰

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  5. Love the colors!!!

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  6. Wow, that’s amazing! I have sunset envy!

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  7. Mother nature gave you a beautiful gift today!

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  8. Invredible end to a lovely day. Have a good weekend yourself PP – love to Jack too πŸ™‚

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    • Hope you are enjoying your weekend Jude. Jack is having a break from blogging for a while, he is into reading and just started back into art again.

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      • In the cloud again PP πŸ™‚ but at least that means I can also get on with indoor stuff like cleaning (:( ) reading and blogging! It is good to do something different for a change and Jack is a very talented (as indeed are you) artist. I’m sure he will enjoy his break.

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  9. Glorious, Pauline. I hope you have a wonderful weekend as well.

    janet

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  10. Absolutely beautiful.

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  11. What a stunning sunset!

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