I’ve been Sunset chasing again tonight. Some might actually say that I’ve developed an addiction to this past time but never mind eh!
Well.. I spent most of the miserable, dank day getting the house in order, the tree removed and nursing a very sickly Hawk that I really needed to get out. That mist was so so dreary and dense that on my morning run I had to give up as it was so horrible…a pathetic fallacy if you will as its back to work tomorrow !
But suddenly at about 3.35pm the mist seemed to lift and the sun shone through before it decided to say good night.
I count myself extremely fortunate to live where I do in the Cotswolds, just below the commanding gaze of the Broadway Tower.
Having been brought up by the sea and lived much of my adult life either within its reach or indeed at one point literally ON it … Whether in Sussex, Portsmouth or on the North Norfolk Coast that, I inevitably DO miss the space and feeling that the ocean affords.
I miss the breeze and dare I say that familiar, irritating but somewhat comforting and constant sound of the greedy and menacing seagulls. I do at times feel a tad landlocked but on evenings like this one and crisp winter’s days and sunny summer ones too I realise how very, very lucky I am.
Here are just a few of the stunning scenes from tonight’s sunset. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did as I hared around to catch them before the wonderful moon appeared.
The Cotswolds are hard to beat.