Supplemental Sunsettery

My daughter demanded I go out and take pictures of the sunset tonight. It was a good call:

Here’s a closeup of those backlit clouds with hot crepuscular action:

Also, not a sunset, but off to the side, your ominous red clouds for the day:

And finally, unrelated to sunsets but still darn cute, here’s Zeus lurking in the ground cover:

This concludes this evening’s sunsettery. Thank you for your attention.

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

11 replies on “Supplemental Sunsettery”

Bob Arnson @ 4:

It’s right up there with complimenting a girl by referring to her as “spathic”.

It always strikes me as odd that something as gorgeous as volume light-shafts have such an ugly name. And if I’m being really geeky, I should point out that those pics are actually of anticrepuscular rays, as they shine out the top – normal crepuscular rays are where the sun’s above, shining through a break in the overcast.

I shall now go and alphabetise my sock-drawer.

O Great Scalzi, note the results you have wrought by posting pictures of Mighty Lopsided Cat and TempCat Zeus in recent days.

MarkHB @ 6 has been returned to lucidity.

This stands in sharp contrast to his babblings during the Dark Time when you were posting endless drivel about foul Anteater-Things.

The Executive Committee of The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club predicted this and as a reward, we expect this trend to continue indefinitely into the future.

The Official Ghlaghghee Fan Club

Difference Between a Girl Without Pre-Frontal Lobes and a Girl With Pre-Frontal Lobes

Example #1. A Glorious Sunset

Without: That’s nice.

With: Dad! Come look! Come look! You gotta see this! Bring the camera! Hurry! It’s going away! Come on!

Ominous red clouds? Red sky at morning, sailor take warning; red sky at night, sailor’s delight. Those are good red clouds, unless you’re crazy and up taking sunrise photos.

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