The beauty of the sunset is often blinding, so I have developed the habit of looking away from the sunset to see the splashes of gold, peach, and orange hues the sun casts over everything as it bids farewell and rushes on to brighten someone else’s life. From Kerry Park, Seattle, Washington.
Evening lights shimmer on the Congaree River as it flows past the Gervais Street Bridge in Columbia, South Carolina.
Shot from Three Rivers Greenway.
After I finished shooting the Seattle skyline through the golden and blue hours, I was on my way to my car when I saw a monument with large circular holes in each side. There should be a picture here somewhere I thought. Then I saw this image and captured it.
From Kerry Park, 2016
Lovely evening hues over Mt. Jefferson. This is the view from Timberline Lodge on Mt. Hood.
This old barn serenely rides the crest of a hill in Warrior, Alabama. I have photographed it many times of the past twenty years or more. This time the colors were enriched by rain and the setting sun.
This water tower and building made a perfect silhouette against the blazing sunset in Oxford, Alabama.
The sun was slipping below the western horizon when I arrived at this church in Vienna, Ga. I took several pictures, but liked this one with the sunset reflected in the window the best.
Shiloh United Methodist Church
Vienna, GA 31092
The sunset colors in Chattanooga, Tennessee were dimmed by the overcast sky, but the lights from other sources made the waters of the Tennessee River shimmer as the sun slipped below the horizon.
It is a challenge to shoot from the Walnut Street Bridge because even though you have your camera locked down, joggers that pass by make the bridge vibrate for what seems like an eternity when time and light is at a premium.
Shot from the Walnut Street Bridge