It was an interesting sunrise over Ooncooncoon Bay at Russell Island. The rains are around, and the dark storm clouds made shapes and colors in the sky.
I sat with a friend and we watched the colors change in the sky as we sipped a cold bubbly as the mosquitoes searched for a delicious drink too..
Amazing clouds shaped and formed straight ahead over the Bay…
Sunrise, and the sunset were taken from my cabin on board Pacific Aria. The sunrise as we came to the Whitsundays, and the sunset as we left..
Then the sunset as we were leaving Hamilton Island…
There are storms predicted for the days ahead, and tonight’s sunset was very stormy
I started walking and running down the road taking photos as I climbed the slope for the best view possible. All around me the sunset was turning the entire sky deep pink and purple and the oranges glowed brighter and brighter
Sunset over the sea 16 November at Russell island…
An amazing sunset over the Bay…
July had some amazing sunsets on Russell Island
The sky had a streak across like a feather and the clouds were blown across in trails like jet trails. As the sunset deepened in intensity the tendrils of wispy cloud intensified in color. It was intense, fiery and amazingly beautiful.
For some reason this sunset made me feel incredibly lonely and I kept trying to leave, but the sunset kept forcing me back to take another photo and admire the increasing intensity of the skies. I walked back to the enclosure to leave, but again I turned and took another photo.
The trails followed me back to my room where I took the last two photos from the verandah. The sunset just would not leave the sky. The trails swept the entire sky with brightening flames of color and it was so mesmerizing and so beautiful.
I waited for the sun to set before I left the sea, but still the colors pursued me as I walked back to Kingfisher Resort.
Sitting on the sands of Sunset Bay watching the Sunset
The water was like glass and the light was unusual…the colors were amazing