Anstruther sky

Driving home from work the other evening (Tuesday) I had to stop to take photos of the sky.

It was dark and brooding, and yet there was an incredible light from the sun breaking through the clouds. My O2 Xda Orbit managed to capture something of the vibrancy of the evening.

Dark grey-blue sky over Anstruther

Grey clouds over a green field

Brooding clouds over a vibrantly green field

Sunshine cuts through dark grey clouds

I wish that I could have stopped further up the hill as the clouds looked as though they were in one place stooping into the sea to soak up the water, while depositing it on the fields further up the coast. It looked magical.

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Gareth J M Saunders

Hi, I'm Gareth J M Saunders, 44 years old, 6' 4", father to twins Reuben and Joshua, and their younger brother Isaac. I am employed as both the web architect and the Agnes Blackadder Hall warden at the University of St Andrews. I'm a priest in the Scottish Episcopal Church and worship at All Saints' Church, St Andrews, and I sing with the NYCGB alumni choir and the St Andrews Chorus.

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