Red sky in morning, saylors warning; red sky at night, saylors delight

Some days ago my working day started with such beautiful natural spectacle.
The famous proverb tries to explain any… red sky. Depending on the time of the day, if red, the sky is supposed to be a sign of good or bad weather…

In Switzerland there are no sea and saylors (maybe a few at the lakes…): therefore, in front of the beautiful morning red sky, the best option was just to be stunned!

One thought on “Red sky in morning, saylors warning; red sky at night, saylors delight

  1. In England we have a very similar saying…

    ‘Red sky in the morning,
    shepherd’s warning.
    Red sky at night,
    shepherd’s delight’.

    They mean exactly the same, even though they aren’t the same.

    Thanks for your beautiful scenic pictures. I know a similar walk in Obersiggenthal….it’s right up at the highest part of a road called ‘Hombergsteig’….and although difficult to walk up to, it’s well worth the climb….

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