This Labor Day weekend has been hotter than hell, setting records for heat (121 F in Los Angeles), and creating havoc. Fires are everywhere in California. So far we have been spared – but the smoke is filling the sky from fires hundreds of miles away, and ash is falling. The sunrises are beautiful because of it, but breathing it is not so beautiful! This morning, the sky was murky with a few clouds. Through it all came a fiery red sun.
I was a bit torn about editing this photo as I did – the sky is more lavender here than in reality. However, I am of the thought that the unreal quality I saw this morning is better expressed in unreal colors . . .
3 comments on “Fiery Sunrise”
No lavender tones on my iPad, just glorious deep orangey reds, destruction can be quite beautiful sometimes.
Yes, I agree, Fraggy. This year I hope it stays far away – two fires a couple of years ago raged though our county. My in-laws were evacuated and were here for a week. Their house was spared, but those 3 doors away were ash . . .
I remember that, glad their house was OK.