Wednesday, May 8, 2013

A Savannah Sunset...

Today was one of those days when I felt like getting away.
15 Miles later I was here...

And I found the best companion I could possibly have to enjoy this sunset.
She asked why do I photograph so many sunsets.
I said because today's sunset would never ever repeat itself.

Ms. M turns 13 soon.

Because sunsets are cathartic and intense.
They make me nostalgic and induce a dreamlike state to my being.

Birds in Flight

Because just watching a hopeful fisherman at sunset inspires me.

Because even if it has been done a thousand times the thought of squeezing the sun is grand...

Because a sunset holds so much promise.
Tomorrow will be brand new and with another sunset another chance for change and redemption.

So if you are down or feeling low... Take a walk at sunset.

It worked for us...

Happy Midweek Peeps...


  1. Sittin' on the dock of the bay♪♫ I can feel the warmth from here. BB2U

  2. Aw lovely! felt like I was there with you. I'll never tire of taking photos of sunsets! xxx

  3. Glorious pics! I love summertimes and although I am up in NY we've just come off a chain of days of warm temps w/gardening and biking!

  4. Absolutely breathtaking! You are such a wonderful photographer. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs, Ginger

  5. your photographs are always beautiful but the past week have been breath-takingly beautiful. thanks for reminding me of how important seeing beautiful sunsets are. not to mention documenting them. happy mother's day weekend to a beautiful mother xx

  6. Super nice photos on this post. They scream summer time! The fisher man one is so deep.

  7. --You are like the sun...
    Making me warm inside. Xx


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