The other night I noticed that some pretty dramatic clouds were forming near the beach, so we raced down and barely made it to the sunset.
One thing I’ve learned is that the sky can be even more beautiful after the sun has set:
I’ve also learned to look at the sky in all directions:
I love the way the sky’s reflected in the windows of this house across the street.
Thursday is Thanksgiving, so I’ll be back next Tuesday. If you’re celebrating, have a wonderful holiday!
Really neat sunset picture…I never get them right
Thank you! They can be problematic, I must admit.
But I can’t believe you have trouble with any photography.
The San Diego sunsets are absolutely spectacular. I’m so glad I got to see them in person recently!
Oh, good for you! Not easy to do when you’re sightseeing and the days are short.
Wow, these are stunning photos. Beautifully captured and the colors are amazing. Thanks for sharing and happy thanksgiving to you!
Thanks so much. 🙂
You’re right. It’s just gorgeous!
Hey, nice to see you here, Jennie. Hope everything’s going well for you.
And thank you!
Magnifique! — especially the one with the sunset reflected in the windows of the house! (Not as striking or spectacular, but so very unique.)
Yes, it took me by surprise. I can see why the owners put in such big “picture” windows. What views they must have.
Spectacular, Carole. I love how you share what you learn looking through that lens!
Aw, thanks, Cheryl! I enjoy doing that.
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. These photos make me miss home. Beautiful.
I did, thank you. It feels like London here today–cool and rainy.
It’s been grey for days, but at least the temperature is mild.
How odd. I’m pretty sure I’ve commented already.
Love the photos, especially the one with he house.
I wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving.
For some reason it didn’t show up, Caroline. Thanks so much–we had a very nice holiday. Hope your weekend is going well.