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Unusual sunsets in Kinson
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The power of the Sun at sunset
|The Sun has been unusually active recently. This has resulted in some very fantastic sunsets.
Many people do not equate this activity with the
wonderful world of astronomy, which it really is!
Always carry a camera with you at the ready!
One has to be quick as the setting Sun soon quickly disappears and unfortunately it does not hold still for one moment for anyone.
A fading light provided another opportunity
|The modern digital camera is a wonderful tool to use and another photograph was quickly captured.
It is often said that a quick snap shot is better
than spending a long time trying to get the correct exposure.
Another Kinson sunset
|This photograph was recently featured locally.|
Near the ancient Long Moor in Kinson
|Another photograph taken at sunset.|
A Sunset in Autumn
|An excellent time to carry a camera.|
A Sunset over central kinson
|This photograph was taken on the 19th June 2003.|
Flying into a sunset!
|Another snapshot taken in June 2003.|
Mid Summer`s Day in 2003
|Just as sunset is approaching, a storm brews.|
Instead of enjoying the extra daylight
|It is time to seek cover!|
The dark and angry clouds pass
|The storm soon passes over central Kinson. Sadly no sunset is enjoyed.
A short while later, some stars appear and a tiny speck of low light in the south west, which is Jupiter, is briefly seen.
Better luck in 2004!
A Sunset in July
|This photograph was taken locally on 22nd July 2003.|
Towards sunset by Fryer`s Close in Kinson
|This photograph was taken on Sunday, 27th July, 2003.|
Sunset near Christ the King
|An August scene photographed from Poole Lane in Kinson.|
Sunset near Poole Lane
|Another August scene photographed near Vince Close in Kinson.|
Sunset near Cuckoo Woods
|This photograph was taken on Tuesday, 5th August, 2003.|
Approaching sunset on 18th August 2003
|This photograph was taken near central Kinson.|
Kinson Primary School
|A sunset in a new school term.|
Kinson Primary School field
|Another view captured a few moments later.|
|A view obtained from higher up the main Kinson
|We saw this photo opportunity over central Kinson and this is the result. There have been some really remarkable sunsets recently.|
|It is always wise to carry a camera!|
|A local view taken on the 28th January, 2004.|
|Local view. 28th January, 2004.|
|Local view. 28th January, 2004.|
|Local view. 28th January, 2004.
Not long afterwards, we had a snow storm locally.
|Good Friday, 9th April, 2004. Photograph taken on the Kinson Common.|
|A May scene at Longham in 2004.|
|Late September at Millhams Mead in 2004.|
Sunset on Two Barrow Heath
|Kinson Common, Christmas Eve, 2011.|
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