While autumn prepares to make its grand entrance, it did offer us this week a true sneak preview of what is to come. Wind and rain has been battering my surroundings for the past few days, creating a sense of subtle sadness, as if nature is shedding tears over the imminence of summers departure.
A few days back though, when sunny skies still graced us with their presence, I could relish in the beautiful September sun, setting now almost in its true cardinal direction. I enjoyed it's subtle retreat over the horizon and captured it through the lens of my camera.
The sunsets have moved from their June northwest position to a more westerly position, signifying the onset of painted evening sky of the North, which will offer once again spectacular light shows for the next couple of months, adding to the flamboyant beauty of autumn colours.