Sunset, 3/29/16

Looks like we’re on a moon of Jupiter again.

11 Comments on “Sunset, 3/29/16”

  1. Jonathan Caswell – Douglas, MA – Mr. Caswell has been composing poetry at least since High School. He has been on WORD PRESS for ten years and contributes to two other blogs beside this one. This blog has a Christian emphasis but all bloggers are welcome. Mr. Caswell chooses to---with permission--re[post material of interest
    Jonathan Caswell

    AN AWESOME SUNSET!…OR IT IS A SUNRISE? THIS DYING WORLD STILL PUTS ON A SHOW FROM TIME TO TIME!!! THANKS FOR TAKING AND POSTING!

  2. kirizar – Michigan – I am all things to all people. As long as people are looking for a mom with diverse interests and a homebound tendency to look through the window of life and wish (or imagine) something just a little bit different. I am like the Tardis on Doctor Who. I am much bigger on the inside.
    kirizar

    There is something truly amazing in a sunset like that. Probably, there is a moment in each sunset like that, but usually I am too busy cursing and trying not to drive into an oncoming car as I block the dying rays with one hand, clutching the wheel with the other. It’s hard to feel the beauty at death’s edge.

  3. Actually that’s my central-Indiana city burning to the ground. Can’t wait for pictures of tomorrow’s bleak, apocalyptic gray sky as all that ash slowly tavels westward over Scalzi’s part of Ohio. Hopefully the line won’t be too long get to an Internet-connected computer in the fallout shelter at the local high school to check out the blog. I’ll fight for food scraps later. (Sorry, really bad fiction.)

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