Sunrises versus Sunsets #WordlessWednesday #photography

Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Linking to Sunday Stills – theme: Sunsets & Sunrises

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28 thoughts

  1. I can’t tell the difference in whether they are sunrises or sunsets, Hugh, but all are stunning and unique as another commenter mentioned. I agree that winter sunrises and sunsets are more dramatic, although summer storms can really set the sun on fire. Thanks for joining us for Sunday Stills this week!

    1. I’m not sure how to tell the difference between sunsets and sunrises, but I’m sure there is a scientific way of doing it, Terri. Top two photos are sunrises. The other two are sunsets. Loved this week’s theme on #SundayStills. Thanks for hosting.

    1. I’m more of an early bird, but the sun rises at 5am here in Swansea during the first few weeks of summer, so I’m not up for those, Liesbet. The top two photos on my post are sunsets. The bottom two are sunsets.

  2. Very striking captures there, Hugh 🙂 What I love about sunsets and sunrises, is that each one has never had an exact duplication since the world began. To me, that’s an awesome thought.

    1. That’s a great piece of information, Sarah. Not only is Mother Nature spectacular, but she’s original too when it comes to painting the skies at sunrise and sunsets.

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