This week I’m bringing you some photos of the sky that I’ve taken over the week while I was away on holiday in Cornwall.
First is this eagle flying right above my head. He flew over so many times and I couldn’t catch him. So, I put my camera on burst mode and when he came back I just held down my finger and caught 20 photos of him. This one was my favourite. I’m not zoomed in, he really was that close. We got the chance to meet him even closer later on, but being stuck in a wheelchair I couldn’t get across the gravel in time. At least the rest of my family got to meet him.
In my holiday post I showed you a wonderful sunset that I’d managed to capture. I didn’t want to post it again so I’m sharing this one which was about half an hour before. You can’t beat a lovely sky over the sea. I love the colours both before and during a sunset. Pink skies are my favourite.
Our holiday park promised sea views, and they didn’t lie…This is a photo from the balcony cafe. Look carefully, you can just about make out the sea in the distance. To be fair, it was actually just a short walk away, but it looks so far. It’s not all sky, honestly. The line of trees in the distance marked the start of walk down to the beach. The cafe was at the end of the park too, so our caravan was even closer.
What’s that in the sky?
The sun was a little shy while we were away. Mostly it was hiding in the skies behind clouds, some light and fluffy, some dark and menacing. But on the best day I caught the sun hiding behind a tree.
I hope you enjoyed my photos this week. You can catch more of my holiday photos on a previous post if you wish.