Later on the clouds would blossom into an impressive orange however my lingering memory of the morning was the beautiful light bouncing around the threatening clouds before dissipating as the suns intensity grew from 2nd bay in Coolum
The forecast was not promising for this morning and indeed driving home to the Sunny Coast last night all indications were for a miserable morning.
Despite that there was some really nice light around Coolum as the sun did its best to break up the clouds
Changes around here usually include a stronger change of wind direction as the appropriate clouds and rain rides in with the dominant front.
This morning however, the obvious part about the overnight change was the temperatures. Gone are the 19 – 27 degrees we have been enjoying, replaced by single digit numbers along with the millpond sea conditions and a light breeze backing away to the west, the only indication from where the lower temps are being influenced by.
After three very intense days in town it was nice to get home late last night and hear the waves pushing up onto the sand as white noise. I didn’t want to go far this morning, rather just taking some extra time to watch the light rise through storms gathering on the horizon, the only bit of intensity on an otherwise peaceful morning.