Finally a sunset — 37 Comments

  1. Oh crickey you have gone to town there, I cannot work out even if this is soft or hard lol. What a fantastic entry it could be so many things now this post will send me slowly crazy haha. Hrrrm I supose I should try and guess…goes back to look at it xx Ps thank you soooo much for entering, really appreciate it x
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  2. OK I am slightly cheating perhaps an dlooking at the photographs above, it looks similar to the rocks? Or is that just too easy a guess? lol…ps please pop by to put your URL in to the Inlinkz on my original post, this way others get to see your entry on the page also, more views and more banter ;-) xx Give me a shout if you cant find the link xx
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  3. There is something so soothing about seeing this, isn’t there?

    Growing up on the California coast, I would see the sunset over the ocean. Then when we moved to the north shore of Boston, I will never forget the frosty morning we went out on the beach to a gazebo at one of the parks. We waited for the sun to RISE over the ocean and the rush of feeling so part of this earth opened my eyes. A new beginning, a new day, from a different perspective on the map.

    Have a lovely day, Mary! Anita

    • I lived in California and loved the ocean sunsets. I can only imagine seeing it rise over the ocean. What a different perspective that would be.

  4. These are such gorgeous photos! I can understand why you can’t pick a favorite place, each has its own beauty and specialness to offer. These pictures illustrate where the “purple mountains majesty” reference comes from in “America the Beautiful”!
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  5. this might be tree bark close up. :-) enjoy traveling along with you even if I am over a thousand miles away…

  6. It looks as though you photographed a desert crystal. I, too, love seeing the desert landscapes, though I live in the mountains.

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