These photos were taken Sunday from 8000ft above Boulder, Colorado.
More of the collection of sunset photos, as seen from the window seat heading home.
When I fly, I always try to have a window seat. I usually sleep for part of the flight and it’s definitely the best place not to be disturbed. Looking out the window is the other reason, and the photos in this post validate my preference.
Sunset hike and we saw this hawk hunting for his dinner. I went home for tacos. 🌮
These 2 photos taken 120 miles apart.
Top photo sunrise today
bottom photo sunset Friday night
Tonight on the way home, I was thinking how much I love the longer days and wondered if I’d see a sunset. The view as I reach the top of the steep road home is often noteworthy. The paved road ends and the majority of the last two miles is downhill. Today I pulled over to take these photos. Unfiltered, you can see the snow on the peaks in the distance as the sun illuminates the clouds. Perfect timing.
Sometimes the timing is right.
Sometimes the view takes your breath away.
Sometimes the colors get better at the end.
Sometimes there is art on display for everyone.
Sunset has a surreal glow.
I’m forever seeing shapes in the clouds.
The moon inspires, no matter its phase.
Where we live, neighbors light up the tree at the top peak for December.
Charlie turns ten months old!
Most days I look up to admire clouds, find interesting shapes, and enjoy sunrise and sunset.
These photos were taken from the window of the plane. The first one looks like a bear climbing out of the water (clouds) and the others were just ones I found interesting.
The second and last pictures are of the sun from different angles and points of sunset.