the edge of the world welcomes the sun's
red, blazing glow only to consume it for a night



but destined to release it come 'morn.

7 opinionated prattle:

Stan said...

Nice sunset shots, it only took fifty four seconds for the sun to set, that is fast! The "smoke" from Russia does add to our colorful sunsets. I am usually napping about this time so I have missed all of them. Maybe I will stay up late tomorrow night and get a shot.

j, d plumma said...

The sun has been reddish-orange while setting for a couple of weeks. Been trying to capture the last 5 minutes of "set" for a week. The 3 1/2 minute clip (original) was sped up a few notches, in editing, for effect and taken from the roof.

j, d plumma said...

This was, actually , shot with Heidi's camera 'cause I broke mine...

Anonymous said...

But don't worry... I knew that would happen so I put the best warranty on it.

Anonymous said...

This anonymous person keeps showing up, now I wonder who this one is?

Stan said...

Beautiful blue sky, sunshine but we do have a small cool breeze, but just enough to keep the bugs off. Really a nice spring day to be outside working. How is your weather?

Stan said...

wow, 8 to 15 inches of snow in LA befoere the snow storm is over, what a difference a couple of hundred miles makes. Please enjoy your new winter, I really do envy you ~ not! Looks like a little more water to drain from McLake!

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