Series: Take A Moment and Enjoy A Sunset

After a few days of rain, our skies began to finally clear late yesterday afternoon.Β  And then, after arriving to South Carolina a week ago, our first gorgeous, dramatic sunset unfolded over the lake for our enjoyment.

A sundog even appeared to the left of the sun itself (between the two trees in the foreground).

It was a moment of reflection, a moment of thought.

And a moment of thankfulness to the Artist above for our new chapter in life.


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Sunset over Lake Greenwood from our RV lot


Ahhhhh… is good!




47 thoughts on “Series: Take A Moment and Enjoy A Sunset

  1. I’m happy to see you enjoying your new chapter in life, Donna. And both of these photos are beautiful. You captured the majestic quality of the bald eagle, and the solitude in the sunset photo is divine. What a wonderful RV lot you found.

    • Thank you, Jet! We’ve own this RV lot in Lake Greenwood Motorcoach Resort for over five years, but haven’t been able to use it the last three years due to my accident fall. It’s wonderful to be able to spend time at it again now that that three-year chapter of our life is over. A West Coast adventure is definitely in our next couple years’ horizon! πŸ™‚

  2. I always enjoy your sunsets. I remember a friend and I were amazed by some phenomenah of a small rainbow in the sky and when I looked it up in my past images,indeed, it was a partial sundog.

    • Thank you, Jane! Yay, you’ve seen AND captured a sundog! If the clouds in the sky are positioned just right around the sun, the perfect sundog sighting is seeing two, one on each side of the sun, each at the exact same distance from the sun as the other. I love that we learn from each other through our blogs. 😊

  3. Beautiful sunset Donna.Nature creats wonderful phenomenon in the sky during sunrise and sunset.Sometimes there are amazing shades of intermingled colours that we are just mesmerized with them.

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