Sunset. A line of smoke along the horizon giving some interesting colours. That pesky sun kept turning white on the image.
Silhouetted trees along the skyline gave a nicely textured edge to an image which was showing layers of colour.
Then I got annoyed with the sun and its intrusiveness.
So I cranked up my Tamrom 25-300mm lens to its full 300mm.
And aimed directly at the centre of our solar system. Just as it was cutting the horizon. Almost everything on the image was wiped out.
Except for the sun itself.
Which kept its colour although its shape was warped by the Earth’s atmosphere.
Either it was the atmosphere changing its shape or the sun is about to explode. Perhaps we need to call The Doctor – - -
(The first image was an exposure of 1/2000 sec at 90mm, while the second one was 1/4000 sec at 300mm)