Tuesday, October 09, 2007

The Day is gone


The sun is setting down at Sunset Key

19 comments:

peteej said...

Oh, wow. This is what it is all about. I was just here and that post wasn't up yet. I just came back to grab your site address and this amazing photo gets posted. Beautiful. Great timing. :)

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Pete again :-)

it's raining comments just now..LOL..thank you so much for this nice words again!

Just got up, had my 2nd coffee...and my brain is working now..:-)

Michele said...

Oh my goodness. This is absolutely stunning!! I have never witnessed a tropical sunset before and I think this would be my dream to see this. This is an awesome shot!

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Michele,

yes, it is a wonderful and breathtaking experience to see the sun melting into the ocean.

Thank you for this nice comment!

Jenty said...

oh WOW!! It's breathtaking.

GMG said...

I remember that one of the most fabulous sunsets I ever saw was at Mallory Square in the Conch Republic; I've 15 minute video of the event...
No wonder you got a great sunset picture again...
About the unusual destination: it will take some time; I'm still in Koblenz in December 2005...
Gil
Blogtrotter

Bob Johnson said...

Beautiful sunset, but the best part, you can actually see the Sun.

Rick said...

Now that is pretty! Alas we have nothing like that here. You out do yourself everyday Sue.

Titania Starlight said...

I love sunsets. As soon as I figure out my digital camera I will share some of my sunsets here in Mississippi. I am a dunce when it comes to cameras. Especially digital ones. This is my first one and I find it very intimidating. :o)

Earl said...

Although 'the day is gone,' judging by the colors in this photo it was one beautiful day! Nice shot!

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Jenty,
Hi Gil,
Hi Bob,
Hi Rick,
Hi Titania,


I do my THANK YOU to all of you now in collective. :-)

It's so great and a fantastic feeling to know that I have so many of loyal "fans" - like YOU - who love my work in photography. Thank you so much for commenting.

Worldman said...

Take the water away and replace it with sand, take the palmtree away and replace it with a baobab and you will have what I see every evening. A beautiful sunset like on you picture.

Susanne in Key West said...

Hi Peter,

do you know the american TV-Show "trading places"...Ich tausche mit dir fuer eine kurze Zeit, wenn du willst. Ich wuerde zugerne mal sehen und sowas tun, was du machst!
Vielen Dank fuer deinen netten Kommentar.

Nature Nut /JJ Loch said...

Guten Morgen!!! :D
Die Fotografie ist schön!!!

Hugs, JJ

Susanne in Key West said...

Danke schoen, Nancy!

Es freut mich, dass du meine Fotos magst! (I'm glad you liked my photos). :-)

Kim said...

superb photo Susanne....all of your photos are absolutely breathtaking !!!!!

Susanne in Key West said...

Thank you Kim,

for this wonderful comment - and for signing my guest book too. It's very appreciated! :-)

Mike said...

Very nice picture. I love those ones. Anything with water. My room has all posters of Maldives on the walls.

Susanne in Key West said...

Thanks for your nice comment again, Mike!

I know the Maldives are very pretty and I wish I can visit it one day.

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