Sunday evening’s sunset proved to be a topic of yesterday’s conversation.
The sunset and the ensuing gloamin’ were well and truly photographed.
Some people even recorded the colourful scene at midnight.
It was if Monday evening proved to be an encore.
There were some wispy clouds which only added to the event.
We had no need to travel any distance to enjoy and photograph it.
We simply had to look out the window!
But for added enjoyment we walked down to the pier.
As we were arriving there a small fishing boat steamed into the bay.
Question – Do today’s twin hulled fishing boats sail, steam or motor?
Steam may be nostalgic but it somehow seems more appropriate.
The scene was serene, especially when her motor was cut.
A lone yacht was making use of one of the moorings.
It added to the feeling of tranquility.
As did the bird on the rocks.
Standing on the pier was so pleasurable.
I could not help but appreciate the Creator’s handiwork.
To think that our Father God delights in his children’s praise.
Yes! He even gave us the ability to enjoy sunrise and sunset.
He made us that we could enjoy colour and calm.
He gave us family and friends.
What an encore!
Another glorious sunset.
Yet so different from the previous evening’s.
This is Life on Tiree.