Friday, March 19, 2010

A Clue


I did not do any tweaking.  When Mother Nature provides you with an exquisite sunset, you accept the gift with modesty and thankfulness.  All I did was reduce the huge size in which I took the photo.  This type of sunset portends only better days.  Click on the photo and be thankful for what you have today.

14 comments:

TSannie said...

Such a gorgeous photo. Glad you shared it with us.

Barry said...

I did click and it is much more beautiful, if that is possible, enlarged.

The picture is not only visually stunning but very peaceful.

One Woman's Journey said...

Beautiful - I agree with Barry - also very peaceful.

Sweta said...

Looking at the picture made me happy.. just to visualize the beauty nature manifests was such a peaceful experience for me. Really, we ought to look around us more often, and be thankful for these exquisite gifts!

Val said...

I clicked too! Such an image inspired our felt making class to try to capture it in wet felt. All our results were different, and of course all our perceptions were different too.

Although glorious, I feel it has a slight air of sadness - sabi wabi?

Kerri said...

A breathtaking sunset, that one! Isn't it a wonderful feeling to stand in awe and drink in the beauty of such a sky?
Your photo is beautiful.
I hope you're getting the same glorious weather we are. Spring has sprung in all its glory here and there are just a few patches of snow left here and there.
Happy spring!

Rachel Cotterill said...

That is such a gorgeous photo.

One day I'll get a good sunset photo.........

Robert V. Sobczak said...

It's true: And wow! -- darkness is coming in quick. (Hopefully you were on a well marked trail).

Brian Miller said...

beautiful...

Pauline said...

Lovely!

Hilary said...

That's a true sigh-evoker. Thanks for sharing it. :)

Cheyenne said...

Absolutely magnificent!

Paul Nichols said...

Beautiful. Well done!

sewa mobil murah said...

wonderfull and great photo ever i see