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This is one of the last photos I ever took with a regular camera before I switched over to digital. I remember rushing home from classes one day because I wanted to snap a photo of the sky. My old cat was on my fence so I thought it would make a great double whammy. :)
I took this picture in July while fishing the Ohio River. This is my family's favorite place to fish. We love sitting on the river bank watching the sunset.
By mama22 from WV
I walked on the seven mile bridge and waited for the sunset. It was well worth the wait. There is nothing more beautiful than seeing those brilliant orange rays coming from behind the clouds.
We have gorgeous sunsets here. This one was taken out our front door. This one was so vivid pink I just had to capture it. The silhouetted trees add to the beauty.
This is my 7 year old son and his friend who stopped skipping stones to watch the sun go down.
Sunsets are gorgeous where I am. I go out my door and this is what I see. Last night it was more vivid than normal. The pic with the tree was out my front door and the sky view with clouds was out my back door. When we moved to Indiana I never realized how beautiful the sunsets would be. Without mountains you can actually see the huge ball of flames hitting the horizon sometimes. Nature at its best :)
Outside my home
Heading out to check the mail I saw this awesome sunset. Living in Indiana with no mountains can be frustrating when the winds come, no mountains to calm them down.
At our new home in Bandon, my husband and I are lucky enough to be able to be in walking distance to pretty little Old Town, it's petite harbor, and even the beach!
My friend and I went camping during the summer near the Oregon coast. We went to the beach just before sunset and we were both taking photos. Later, just as the sun was almost over I moved back trying to get just the sunset but my friend unknowingly was in the way.
Sunset and sunrises are our speciality overlooking the Columbia River Gorge!
"Do, Do, Do, looking out my back door." Actually, this was taken from my front door, lol. I did not use a filter, this is the actual color of this beautiful Rhode Island sunset.
I took this picture during a flight to Singapore. I needed a few minutes to get the right angle and took the shot.
I happened to look out my window one evening and thought that the back half of our hillside was on fire. My hubby and I went out to investigate and were relieved to see that it wasn't a fire but a glorious sunset instead!
The sky was so pretty at sunset driving home from fishing I couldn't resist taking a picture.
We attended a circus here where, you can imagine, I took many pictures. But the sunset that greeted us as we were leaving was the best shot. Simply beautiful!
Colorful sunset over Chihowee Dam in East Tennessee.
This is a picture we took on vacation at my cousin's house in Nova Scotia. My young cousin describes them as cotton candy clouds!
This picture was taken outside of my apartment building in Redford, MI on 1/2/11 in the parking lot.
While traveling, I stopped at a travel center in Big Cabin, Oklahoma to enjoy a walk with my dog. I didn't get far before noticing the amazing sunset that evening. Luckily I was still close enough to my vehicle to grab my camera.
This photo was taken on Okracoke Island Outer Banks, NC on our honeymoon. We were married Memorial Day weekend of 2009 and spent 8 wonderful days touring the Eastern coast of North Carolina. What a beautiful sunset and memory.
We were on our way home from a 4th of July day out with friends and I thought the golden hues were awesome!
It was getting late in the day when I noticed an orange glow outside. I grabbed my camera and captured this beautiful sight. I couldn't get over how brilliant the orange color was outside.
Sunset photo was taken at Graham Lake in Ellsworth, Maine
Waning moon framed in clouds and sunset from our front yard, in the spring of 2010.
Since my yard faces west, I am lucky enough to get a different sunset every day. This is one of my very favorites because it includes an oak tree budding in spring.
This is my favorite beach in Onset. The sunset is always so pretty, people walking by will stop to watch it going down.
Red sky at night.
This is an amazing Michigan sunset. I loved how the tree and the cornfield privided awesome definition in the photo. Seeing this sunset with my own eyes and being able to capture it with my camera was an "ahhh" moment for me.
On a night before the sun goes down, the sky will glow. It projects rays of color throughout the sky, all I did was capture those rays.
This is a view from the side of our property facing a pond. My husband and his friend are clearing out our woods and the sunsets are very beautiful. The ducks and geese love to stay there in the summer.
This is a picture of the sunset taken off of my front porch. We have ten acres of land and across the field every afternoon, you can see some awesome sunsets.
This was taken in Nova Scotia at my cousins house. It's beautiful there.
I was shopping downtown and before I went inside the Arts and Crafts store, I noticed how beautiful the sunset was. I grabbed my phone took a shot, 1, 2, 3. I then even found a bench so that I could take a better perspective!
My daughter fishing with beautiful sunset. We love to fish. This is our favorite place to spend a weekend.
This amazing sunset shot was taken one dusk heading home from a challenging day working. Some days, in spite of our best efforts to maintain equanimity and a state of inner peace, the state of the world and of other people's minds make everything a challenge.
This is a beautiful sunset over the trees for everyone to see. It had rained all day and everything was wet. Then to make up for having to stay in the house all day, God gave us a beautiful sunset. Oh Lord, Please give me another sunset out here like that one.
This was taken July 4th 2009 at the beach at sunset at Beachwood, New Jersey. A Typical Jersey Shore Town!
This is the lake where I fish at. One thing that was brought to my attention is how the setting sun remarkably resembles the Star of David, me being David. ;-)
We recently visited Sadler's Creek State Park for a camping trip. It was so hot that we believed we had found Hades itself, if it weren't for the lovely views we could always find out our window!