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Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Sharing a Sunset

I'm too tired tonight to do anything meaningful. I'll share my view of the sunset that Chuck showed you also. We live a couple hundred miles apart, but the weather front that produced the sunset was the same one, I think.

No work today... that got pushed to tomorrow. I'm going to bed. Will answer comments tomorrow too


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Jean said...


Lin said...

Beautiful! Isn't it fun to know that you and a friend are sharing the same sunset even though you are very far away? Makes the world seem a little less big. :)

I'm tired too. I think I'll follow your lead and forget the computer tonight too. G'nite, pally!

Ratty said...

I love this sunset. I'm glad you posted this picture at this time. Today I was thinking strongly of capturing a sunset from where I am. I never had the opportunity before, but where I am now I've seen some spectacular sunsets. The only problem now is that it's been cloudy all day.

betchai said...

Very beautiful sky, kind of similar to ours last night too but today is all dark

sir rob said...

Here's a sunset at the beach that I can share with you...!

Rebecca Mecomber said...

Lovely photo, and it's especially poignant because Chuck had one, too! Here in NY, skies were the dull November gray that morning. It's been surprisingly mild so I can't complain. :)

Secondary Roads said...

That was spectacular. Do you think we should tell Rebecca that most of our winters are dominated by lead gray skies?

wenn said...

I love sunsets!

rainfield61 said...

The sky is drunk.

Though you are not.

But both of you are tired.

Ann said...

it's a beautiful sunset. Get some rest

Sharkbytes said...

Jean- the red ones are awesome!

Lin- it is! I probably wouldn't have used this pic at all except that it was the same as Chuck's

Ratty- is it flat where you are? I think the flat areas of the world show off sunsets best sometimes

betchai- we have to take good ones when we can- it will soon be gray almost every day

sir rob- We all share that same red ball!

Rebecca- we'll be gray, gray, gray all too soon

Chuck- they get the same weather we do, a day later. Marie and I have been comparing notes for years.

wenn- glad I brought you a smile!

rainfield- is that what it's up to? Maybe I can catch a pink elephant sometime

Ann- I slept 11 hours!

Ratty said...

It's flat in some places near me, but I live right at the northern edge of the Loess Hills, which are anything but flat. I think one of the nearby areas is actually considered to be a mountain. We get some excellent sunsets, but it's cloudy every time I think to get a picture.

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