...o.k. maybe not every day...every other day, or so......
This is just a big WOW. I do not have sunset like this. You have to show this photo to DOT in Georgia. She have a Theme day going on. Photo of the sky. Here is the adress: http://strollingthroughgeorgia.blogspot.com/
Thank you GAWO!I'm glad you liked the sunset pictures. And thanks also for the tip about DOT's blog,I will think about.
Gasp! Sigh.... magnificent! Need I say anymore... I'm going to just sit here for a while and soak this in...
I really love these photos. I learn and get a lot of ideas regarding nice photography composition. You are one of my favorite blogs, so I add your blog to be my favorite blog too :)
These are incredible!There wont be anymore sunsets for me this year so I will check back here to get my fix :)
Words cannot describe this beauty.Takes my breath away. Sigh.....:o)
Ok sue...Now youre showing off....;-) LOL!!! All you can do is just sit and stare.....Beautiful!
I want to say THANK YOU to all of you for your wonderful, lovely, nice, interesting and funny comments!THANK YOU:@ Michele, for sitting down with me and watching the sunset@ digitalshuttermania, also thanks for the LINK!@ Thomas (come by any time to catch some sunbeams during your long months of winter time)@ Titania, for your nice compliment@ Rick, yep... I was showing off "the most beautiful sunsets in the world" and I have some more in my archives! :-)
Awesome, Sunsets do need comments, so we can tell you how much we appreciate them, just beautiful!
Excellent title for the excellent pictures, Susanne, I absolutely love these. Anna :)
Going going gone! Oh so lovely. Thank you.
Magnificent, Suzanne!!! You live in paradise. :D We have been waiting for sunset photos on Lake Huron that are dramatic but the weather hasn't been co-operating.Hugs, JJ
THANK YOU, Thank you to all of you:@ Bob@ Anna@ Mike@ JJfor all your wonderful comments to my last sunset photos. I promis you, these will not be the last ones - paradise is offering so many more of these spectacles, every day another one!
That is amazing pictures. I think I read once the sun is the same size when up in air as it is on the horizon.It sure looks bigger though.
Hi Mike,thank you for your comment. Yes, the sun looks sometime like a giant fireball melting into the water - wonderful! I think, it depends on the atmosphere and on the water temperatures. Just now it's the time when "she" appears to be big on the horizon.
Thanks for you comment, Kriz cpec!!!
Susan,You are an artist when it come to taking beautiful picture. All I can say is WOW. Thank you for being there to that this shot and have the knowledge and ability to share it with the world.
Thank you Kevin,for this wonderful compliment! With your kind words you made my day!:-)
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