The word prompt from the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #67: Layered
I was sitting inside when I glance at the curtains and saw a red line. A small part of the sunset lit the curtain so vibrantly I had to grab my camera and head out to capture what I could before the sun set fully.
It was a case of the fires that are still burning in the western part of the north coast that have given some quite spectacular sunsets. This is also mixed with dust that the strong winds have whipped up taking the topsoil from many farms over the mountains in the western part of New South Wales.
The distant sun with the layered landscape.
The Sun turned into a fiery red ball as it disappeared on the horizon.
To the east, the clouds were building into huge layered cloud formations which looked storm like but failed to deliver any rain once again.
The October Photo a Day Challenge Day 2: Layers
and another layer or two or six from my place
The word prompt from Frank at Dutch goes the Photo: Layer
A while ago whilst driving home I just had to stop and capture the scene across my valley. The layers in the landscape with a bit of mist in the valleys
Another day up the highway from my place. On a rainy day the layers of cloud darken the landscape.
Feature photo – many layers in a rock shelf
I even found a song called Layers
A small town near my place, Evans Head, has some fascinating layers in the rock structure. What do you think?
There are more things that are Layered for you to peruse at The Daily Post