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sunset rain coming

Sunset rain coming

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From a lavender sky into misty fog rolling over distant hills,
a red sun disappears.

 Thirst drove me down to the water where I drank the moon’s reflection. ~Rumi

11 thoughts on “Red Sun Dips into Lavender Mists

  1. Teresa O says:

    Linda…I have finally found your WordPress blog and it’s wonderful! Love the sunset photos and I know what you mean about capturing the real color. I have the same problem with sunsets and hot pink anything. My camera just doesn’t seem the same color I do.

    I hope all is well with you.


    1. hello teresa…and welcome! i thought it was easy to find me but now i am beginning to wonder as so few have ventured over from blogger. do you mind telling me if and why it was difficult so i might fix it? if it’s fixable… :/

      thanks for your kind words… i didn’t think you were blogging anymore excepting the photo link and since i am not participating, i felt like i had nothing to say… i will need to come out and see your blog again!! and PLEASE come back again!!


  2. Mel says:

    Wow……. What a fantastic show you had!
    And, even if it’s not accurate in colour–still awesomely brilliant!

    Well done. Musta been tough to pick our of those 128. 😉


    1. hey mel…
      thanks so much and yes, it was and no, there weren’t exactly 128. 🙂 maybe more like 58… i take so many photos, i’ve crashed my computer once and need to once again download them to a hard drive… and haven’t… maybe right now but no..the dog has a bit of a “runny problem” and is quite a mess on all that fur… damned if we didn’t put off that clipping she needed so badly and really REALLY paid the price… i could blog about it but suppose there’s a boundary there somewhere. 🙂


  3. susancrow says:

    That’s a lovely little series.. almost like being there 🙂


    1. i am so happy you like… i felt like it almost looked like it was moving…like those old-fashioned animated pages you moved through so they appeared to move? anyway thank you, my dear…i must retire. xoxox


  4. A perfect, pastel-watercolored sunset!


    1. Thank you, Jennifer and welcome to my new blog…i hope you come again! xx


  5. Ron says:

    Hello Linda!

    WOW….these shots are absolutely STUNNING!

    The colors you captured are amazing! Took my breath away!

    I adore sunsets!

    Have a wonderful Wednesday, dear friend!

    ((((( You )))))



    1. hi ron…so glad you are home!

      thanks for your kind words, i do appreciate them. this came out a little wonky because i didn’t keep the camera in one place as i was standing on a wobbly bench to take them(to see over deer fence…) have a good weekend ron! xxx


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