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Monday, December 28, 2009

Sunset on gloomy sky.








sunset over Putrajaya.


It rained around 3.30pm which lasted for about an hour.  The air became clean, easing visibility  through dusk.  But the sky remained gloomy with a definite promise that the sky would break again spraying rain onto land and mountains soon.

The sunset was a little bit gloomy lacking the silvery look.

~bangchik
Putrajaya Malaysia.

7 comments:

  1. Not at all, I think it's beautiful and though it may be dark it's very deep and wondrous. Very nice shots. Have a very Happy New Year.

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  2. It has been raining almost everyday here too. Sure gloomy days throughout the week. The sunset at Putrajaya is beautiful. Hopefully, you get a rainbow one of these days.

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  3. Different places, different roof lines. I was struck with those in your photos, nothing like that here in Alaska. Hope you enjoyed your vacation and welcome back.

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  4. We had some rain too. It melted all the snow.

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  5. If you happen to see a rainbow, please tell her I miss her.

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  6. POETIC, BELLE, CHRISTINE, MICHELLE.

    Thanks for the comments. Gloomy sky will match with gloomy sunset and accompanied with rains.

    Yea, of course, somewhere else will see refrigerated rains in the form of snow... lovely. But water remains as the most important source of life. Without it we may perish. Rain or snow, however gloomy the effect is and however dangerous it is to us, rain/snow is a gift.

    Different places, different roof lines.... and different gardens and plants as well Christine.

    Cheers, lets wait for the clock to tick 2010!!

    ~bangchik
    Putrajaya.

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  7. RAINNIE.... I know you miss her so much. Its a HER right?...
    ~bangchik

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