Hi everyone, I have an old saying today for you.
When high pressure is coming in from the west there may often be a red sunset indicating that good weather is on it's way. A red sunrise usually means that the high pressure has passed by to the east, more than likely giving way to a wet and windy low pressure system.
There are several versions of the saying globally but as a child growing up in Lincolnshire it was
'Red sky at night, shepherd's delight,
Red sky in the morning, shepherd's warning'
While having a tidy up in my craft room I came across some felted pictures I made a few years ago. This one just had to be part of my page.
I used some torn gel printed paper and added some faux text using my string covered block. The circle was cut from a page that already had yellow on it - I added touch of red. On the other side of the felted picture I used some metallic paints. The words were created on the computer, the sheep drawn in with pen.
This page is of course for my 'All Kinds Of Weather' theme at Art Journal Journey
No chance of a red sunset here today - it has been grey all day!
Yesterday we went to Bodnant where the sky was mainly blue and white.