Winter Sunset

My stepson was visiting from the East Coast recently and we went to the beach one evening to catch the sunset. The actual setting wasn’t spectacular, but the afterglow was pretty sweet:



The light on the ocean was so unusual–I thought it made the water look like frosting or cream cheese.


My stepson and his sister scrambled down the cliffs and I took this from up above. They look so tiny against the Pacific, don’t they?


I still have lots of New Mexico photos to post, but am having a little trouble getting back in the groove after the holidays and our little getaway. Hoping to do that very soon.


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12 Responses to Winter Sunset

  1. Ms. Spock says:

    Excellent capture of the color, Ms. Pearl. (Of course, when Ms. Nature offers a display such as ther one you’ve captured, Ms. Pearl gets to go for it — which you did, and very well.)

    Ms. Spock

  2. Excellent capture of the “Golden Hours”.

  3. Amazing to me that the sky can turn those shades of purple and yellow. Frosting is the perfect analogy for the water!

  4. TBM says:

    Oh wow. I can stare at these all day.

    • 🙂
      As soon as I wrote I was unaware of another Arctic blast coming, I saw it on the news. This one is even worse than the last, if that’s possible. So glad to not be on the East Coast right now!

  5. This makes me feel warm.

  6. Caroline says:

    Fantastic colours. So beautiful. I love the silhouette of the tree.

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