I dug out a few photos of a beautiful sunset I’ve photographed in September of last year. The combination of the Sun and clouds made different shades and colors in the sky that evening.
Tonight’s beautiful sunset in front of my house
I love the shapes, the colors, and the ‘long-nosed face’ in those clouds.
After a little bit of rain from the outer bands of “Harvey” earlier today, we had a stunning view of a orange/pink-purple/blue sunset from our North Texas frontyard.
One of the many reasons, I love Texas: The Lone Star State has the best sunsets.
An airplane is flying into the DFW International Airport.
Stunning sunset from our frontyard
Tree silhouette in tonight’s sunset
This evening, our local photography group had a meeting for sunset captures at Stewart Creek Park. It was nice meeting up with some photo friends and have a chit chat about special photo places, again. I always enjoy these field meetings.
The sun is setting at Stewart Creek Park in The Colony.
After Kevin mowed the lawn, the sun was almost ready to set. I captured a couple of photos, before I took care of the garden. Tonight’s sunset was beautiful. The sunsets never seem to disappoint in Texas. They are always gorgeous.
Sunset through the trees
Rays of tonight’s beautiful sunset
While I was harvesting some beans, cherry tomatoes and a beef steak tomato, I watched this beautiful sunset. The weather is perfect for seeing the sun go down. It is warm enough (90+ºF) to avoid the mosquitoes at this time of the day. In another half an hour, it’s a different story.
Tonight’s sunset from my backyard