Sunrise glorious in Cornwall.
Sunrise the morning after our recent full moon was fabulous in Cornwall over Mounts Bay. I watched the sun slowly arriving painting the sky red
and then: VOILA! There it was!
The clouds above looked dark and threatening but in the distance was this round yellow disk we all treasure throwing out rays. Silhouetted by the sunlight were palm trees, other nature, buildings and in the background the bay. Mounts Bay waters that morning looked like mirror glass. After the spectacular full Super Blood Wolf Harvest Moon we had this week, the sunrise was a gem too.
Super Blood Wolf Harvest Moon Lunar Eclipse.
Photo above was taken in the evening but before the lunar eclipse moon appeared. You can cross via link to Sputnik and see the capture of a meteorite crashing into the moon whilst it was being filmed for the eclipse. Our moon appeared to shine stronger than normal and clouds were clearly visible nearby. It certainly does not have to be summer in Cornwall to get some seriously beautiful scenery and views.
Winter nature and wildlife.
During walks in Cornwall over the week I have come across more super flora, fauna and widlife. Let me introduce some here …
Spring would not be spring without SNOWDROPS! These delightful white clean flowers on dark green stems with equally green leaves are indeed blessing us again.
Hellebore are flowering madly too in their multitude of colours. Here is a gorgeous multicoloured pinky with purple spots I spotted!
Along the country lanes, I often find these bright yellow flowers with dark green leaves framing the roads. Certainly brightened up my day!
Even in Mounts Bay with it’s saltwater I often spot swans. This one was in a local pond however and I reckon he was flirting with me!
He certainly had an eye on me.
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