Friday, November 19, 2010

STANDING OUT IN THE STREET SUNSET



Tuesday evening we had the beginnings of a beautiful sunset.
The only way I could really see it was to stand out in the middle of the street.
I love how the moon peaked out from behind the tree for me.



From the backyard I get the faint splashes of pink.
The most intense color is sadly hidden by trees and houses.
The air was still and the birds were going home to roost.
It was a lovely way to end the day.
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14 comments:

Wanda said...

So lovely, Sue....sure glad no cars were coming!!! Yikes!!! "Headline _
WOMAN HIT BY CAR CAPTURING BEAUTIFUL SUNSET!!!! Did you look both ways???

Beverly said...

I'm glad you got photos of that and posted them. I thought maybe it was an early "s" post.

Love Wanda's comment.

Ginny said...

Justs georgous! Too many good sunsets are hidden by trees and buildings around here! It's hard to find a good place to go and snap!

Kansas Bob said...

Gorgeous pics Sue!

Life with Kaishon said...

I am so glad you captured it. Very, very pretty. Wishing you a wonderful weekend friend!

LC said...

My husband admonishes me to take photos from different perspectives than everyone else. You truly have that nailed. Beautiful color, especially when I clicked on them to enlarge them. Have a great, colorful weekend!

MedaM said...

Dear Sue, you really enjoyed wonderful sunset. Your photos are beautiful and the colors are fantastic. Thanks for sharing these lovely moments with us.
Have a nice weekend!
Meda

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Hi Phowa, looking at the great colours I feel almost happy, thanks for showing, ( see my little puppie on my blog) happy weekend, JoAnn

bluemountainmama said...

beautiful.... we've been having similar colors in our sunrises. i love seeing the pinks and reds out my upstairs windows in the morning while i am getting ready for work. nice to stop by and see all your lovely photos...

Levonne said...

Lovely moment captured.

AVCr8teur said...

Such an intense sky. Hope it makes up for this weekend's dreary weather.

Thanks for the explanation of that building. I have always been wondering what it was.

Sandra said...

it was well worth your standing in the street for us. i do that myself, the middle of our street is the best view of the Eastern sky since our trees block the view.

EG Wow said...

I like the softness of the pink in these shots.

Dave said...

Nice sunset shots Sue - Dave