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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Sunsets: Desert and Home




  1. That is one spectacular sunset! K and R couldn't ask for a better backdrop!

  2. It doesn't get any better than this!

    Your Buddy,

  3. We can feel the peace in everyone of the photos. Both the desert and your home. The emotions are deep!
    I cannot imagine seeing such beauty and being in that presence of Mother Earth.
    It looks so very quiet. It looks like time stood still for a second.
    Only a second.
    I can tell the K and R feel the peace too.

  4. When I was little, my mother used to read me a 'little golden book' about sunsets. It was about Grandpa Bunny-Bunny who painted the sunsets with beautiful pots of paint. The most beautiful ones were painted by him. I think he lives in Colorado!!

  5. Spectacular! simply stunning.

    It is still unusually cold here, 27 degreesF, which doesn't please the White Ones too much. But today we are trying a new tactic with Steve's late night that hopefully will make the evening less stressful. All went for walks right before he left at lunch and had dinner for mid-day so tonight it will just be kibble which everyone can mix as they desire (no med issues). Fingers crossed. It seems better so far.

  6. the desert photos are beautiful, but the pictures with K and R at home are perfect.

    There is such a sense of "Home"


  7. Simply dazzling, the whole works!

    Jo, Stella and that cat.

  8. You are just a blog of beauty that I never tire of. And especially of those K ears. :)

  9. Hmmmm...thinkin you don't need to go anywhere. What could beat the beauty of HOME? :D Gorgeous photos all! :D

    Waggin at ya,

  10. Hi Y'all,

    Those are beautiful sunsets. Don't know which is more striking...home or desert.

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

  11. Are you using a tripod for some of those shots? I was at the beach tonight waiting for a sunset but because the wind was so bitter cold I couldn't handle the camera well with gloves on. I tried manual settings and squinted through the view finder hoping for the best...not so much. I guess I should do these things in the dark and cold!


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