Friday, August 5, 2022

Last Sunset of July Part 1 #SkywatchFriday

What strange weather too many of us are having recently.  The last two or three weeks, I've been able to capture several sunsets, all different, but the sunset that stood out was July 31's.  In fact, it deserves two posts and I'll conclude it next Friday.

So, today, part 1 of a sunset (actually, the post sunset) from July 31.

This sunset took spouse and me by surprise.  We weren't even going to go out until we saw the reddish light streaming through the window on our door.  Would we make it?

I took this picture as we headed to our neighborhood watching the sunset spot.

Would we be too late?  Sometimes, the color just doesn't wait.

No, we aren't too late.


To be continued next Friday...

 Joining Yogi and other bloggers who watch the sky for #SkywatchFriday.


  1. Nice sunset pictures! We haven't been out to do this in a long time. Hopefully while on vacation, we can get some pretty ones. :)

  2. captured some amazing colors.

  3. Oh my! Could this be the most beautiful sunset I've ever seen? Yes, it could.

  4. It's uncanny how the sky has been a similar hue most parts of the world. I'm sharing mine in a bit. I am floored by your stunning shots. <3 <3

  5. So beautiful this time of year, I need to remind myself to get out onto the front porch and watch for those colors more often.

  6. Spectacular! And you are so right about the sunset colors not waiting for you. They are easy to miss!

  7. Oh my! That is indeed a spectacular sunset.

  8. Beautiful colors.

    Visiting from Skywatch Friday!

    Worth a Thousand Words

  9. Watching the sun's progression, while also having you document your own progression, then the two come together at sunset!

  10. Beautiful sky.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

  11. Keep looking up. Sunsets change so rapidly. What a find! Thanks for posting these.


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