Like snowflakes, every sunset is different and fleeting. They seem to have universal appeal so here are a few more that presented themselves to my camera.

This was looking down Roaringwater Bay, here in West Cork. The mass of floats in the water are mussel beds – they are a real nuisance if you are in a sailing boat but the mussels do taste good!
Later that same evening the colours had changed from subtle to dramatic.
This was looking over the salt marsh near Lymington in Hampshire UK. I still can’t quite get my head around the fact that a circular object has a rectangular reflection…..
Across on the other side of the Solent, Yarmouth harbour on the Isle of Wight.
In Hampshire again, on the beach at Barton-on-Sea and some restless sea birds.
This one is miles away in the Bay of Biscay where the fishermen spend lonely hours between the tides.

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