Bleeding Crimson!

Mother Nature is bleeding crimson because of this extreme heatwave!

The sunset was absolutely beautiful and despite the extreme heatwave, it’s always the best opportunity to seize the moment.

Did Mother Nature bleeding crimson where you are?

Please tell me in the comments below. I would love to hear your responses.

Alex Smithson

3 thoughts on “Bleeding Crimson!

  1. Stunning picture, usually these sun sets, and sun rises are caused by pollution an dust particles in the air, though find when there are clouds there is often a great sunset or sunrise or both. In Cape Town the colour comes over Table Mountain and the Constantiaberg, which adds to the spectacle. Best wishes and blessings, Charles.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words on this photograph, Charles, it really means a lot. Originally, the photo wasn’t like this as the trees were initially covered by light on my kitchen window, though I edited this photo for when I published it on Instagram, and then I published it on here because I loved the end result of this photograph after I edited it considering it, for me, really captured the true essence of the baking hot Summer weather we recently experienced.

      I must admit, I do hope to travel abroad at some point as I want to travel the world and soak in the sights.

      I bet it is lovely in Cape Town, and I bet Table Mountain and the Constantiaberg are sights for sore eyes. Mind you, Cape Town seems to have quite an exquisite and photographic look about it.

      Best wishes and blessings to you too, Charles.

      Alex Smithson

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      1. Hi Alex, Cape Town is indeed a special place, it has its problems (where doesn’t!) the mountains are like our grand parents looking after us, as they curl round us lovingly, and even though one is living in a huge city the feal is relaxed, and one is surrounded by nature and our wonderful mountains and beaches and the sea. Had you not have told me you had changed the photo I would have been none the wiser, but it was a wonderful picture. Best wishes and blessings, Charles.

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