NEARBY bush fires, namely the one at Putty Valley Road outside Singleton, provided a pretty sunset on Wednesday.
Nine-year old Bella Rose Sparkes saw the gorgeous sight at the Pender Place car park at about 6.30pm, and decided she needed to take a photo straight away.
“She thought that it was pink because it was Valentine’s Day and all the love was in the air,” her mother Aimee Hanson said.
“She loves [photography] – she’s right into all that sort of stuff and being outdoors.
“She loves helping and loves doing things outside; she’s not a video games person.”
Bella Rose, who recently moved to moved to D.A.L.E at St Philips Christian College, Cessnock, also really wanted a photo so she could show her new teacher.
“She was so happy,” Ms Hanson said.
“She actually said ‘that should be in the newspaper mum – I want everyone to see the love, and capture the love in the sky’.”
The pink sky may have disappeared, but Bella Rose still wants to share the love around.
“Have a great day,” she said with a giggle.
Advice: 695 fire, Putty (Singleton LGA) - #695 Conditions have eased overnight. Crews are continuing to work on identifying new containment lines and strengthen existing lines ahead of warmer weather today. Image of the fire at 3:30am this morning #nswrfs#nswfirespic.twitter.com/c3v1aWzVdn— NSW RFS (@NSWRFS) February 14, 2018