The Sunsets of 2014

Merry Christmas.

And as is tradition, one from the other side of the day: your sunrise.

I hope you enjoy your day with friends and loved ones, or at least a fun video game.

17 Comments on “The Sunsets of 2014”

  1. Thank you! Getting to see these pictures today was a gift at least as exciting as the earrings someone gave me! (And those were frog earrings, so that’s saying a lot, coming from me.)

  2. Fantastic! HH/MX/HF/HK/HNY, all that jazz. Any chance that you’ll sell high rez copies of these?

  3. They’re all lovely, but that latest one is fantastic. Hope your family is having a wonderful day. I go make pie now.

  4. You have the greatest clouds! I grew up in Colorado, not really appreciating them until I moved to Washington State. While I loved the rain, the grey clouds just didn’t lead to great sunsets (or sunrises on those rare days). When there was sun, the clouds . . . just weren’t as good. I’ve learned to love the clouds wherever I am (Idaho, presently), and appreciate those beautiful colors.

    Thank you for your words and pictures.

  5. oshrivastava – Bhopal (M.P.)India – God is,I belive that god support every body like a mother,हर सांस का धन्यवाद तो उसे दे नहीं सकते फिर भी बिना शिकायत वह तुम्हारी प्रत्येक चाहत को पूरी करता हैं , बोलो सुबह शाम ,ॐश्री राधेकृष्णा बोले,

    Reblogged this on oshriradhekrishnabole.

  6. georgialeesays – Atlanta – Award-winning journalist, editor and writer of multiple genres. Former Bureau Chief, Womens Wear Daily and W magazine. Past director, Ivy Hall, The SCAD Atlanta writing center. Vice President, programming for Atlanta Writers Club. Freelance writer/editor of every subject in the known universe. Lover of clean, clear writing -"It is my ambition to say in ten sentences what others say in a whole book." - Nietzsche. I teach yoga, meditation, in retreat settings. Seeker of truth and transcendence. Reincarnation of Edgar Allen Poe. "Life is but a dream within a dream within a dream" Write. Create. Learn. Dance. Yoga. Sleep. Dream.

    These reminded my that the world is full of beauty, if we stop spinning long enough to observe it. Thank you!

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