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Dublin: 6 °C Friday 22 November, 2019

PHOTOS: the sun sets over Ireland

A readers’ gallery of tonight’s beautiful skies.

The view from the pressbox ahead of Bray versus Shamrock Rovers
The view from the pressbox ahead of Bray versus Shamrock Rovers
Image: Macdara Ferris

PEOPLE LIVING IN Ireland spend a lot of time discussing the weather.

Understandably, a considerable amount of this conversation could be considered complaining. Are we right? So, it can be easy to forget about the overwhelming beauty this country offers us on a daily basis.

Sometimes, it is worth just taking a minute to appreciate everything that is happening around us and tonight multiple people were doing just that as they admired the wondrous kaleidoscope of colours being created in the sky during this evening’s sunset.

Thanks to all our readers who sent in images – although we can’t see it from the depths of dungeon, it’s been nice to have the spectacle brought to us so we can show it to others who may have missed the delight.

Red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning, red sky at night is a shepherd’s delight. Fingers crossed.

PHOTOS: the sun sets over Ireland
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  • Kar McDonald

  • Barry Carr

  • Sandra

  • James Dunne

  • Kate Duffy

  • Jimmy Danaher

  • Sharon Gallagher

  • Anonymous

  • @catherinemcd

  • @14bjornlfc

  • @rachelrmk

  • @loveslifeire

  • Mary Doheny

  • Jim Hayes

  • Jim Hayes

  • @morganbuddy

  • @i_am_gwen

  • Brian Sheehan

  • @ROS123

  • Macdara Ferris

  • Garren Bellew

  • @wholesomeIE

  • @lmtd1

  • John Barrington

  • John Barrington

  • John Barrington

  • @dublindiaries

  • Niall Moore

  • James Walton

  • @lisa_leezmorgan

  • @ismisesam

  • @clairedaisy

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