Sunrise, sunset, before and after, Braeside
A northerly wind has been blowing here for well over a week.
Thankfully it has been a cool one, not hot like northerlies can get.
Dusty yes, but so pleased it has been cool.
Our night skies and sunrises/sunsets are normally magic every day, but some days are more special than others.
We have been mustering and doing yard work at Braeside for the last week.
The crew are camped over there but I have been traveling back and forth. (animals at home, bore/water runs to do etc etc)
The one night (6th October) I stayed over this was the sunset at Braeside.
After the sun had gone the colour of the sky was mystical. The dust the northerly had whipped up as well as a yard full of cattle makes a pretty haze, still generic diclofenac sodium topical gel being touched by the after glow of the sun.
Next mornings Piccaninni dawn……
…..followed by the sunrise, again the dust making magic colours added by the suns presence.
The moon this morning was magic.
I had an extra early morning today. I had to be at Braeside for yard work, #BossMan said “be here at 6am please.”.
I was amazed by the moon when I left home. I lost sight of it while traveling as it became higher in the sky.
When I stopped to open the one gate on the way to Braeside (5.48am) this was the sight that I behold when I stepped out of the car.
The moon and a planet amongst the blue while the dawn’s colours break on the horizon.
…..and then the sun says Good Morning.
Glorious… love your skies!!!