Meandering with camera…
Holy Buddha…what beautiful images, Gunta…wow….
😉 The remains of the haze seem to be creating some pretty fantastic sunsets… and I’m beginning to get a feel for where I need to be with different situations.
Makes me want to pack my bags right now…don’t know which one I prefer, although…something about the trees in silhouette with that huge ocean nearby really speaks to me…so wonderful. I’ll look forward to more shots like these, as you’re figuring it out…. 😉 Lovely photos, Gunta, truly….
I’m thinking you just barely unpacked your bags…. 😉 Thanks, Scott… truly.
These are wonderfully serene. 🙂
This scene helped to soothe the puny way I’d been feeling for sure…. and you get credit for bringing those moments after the sun dips below the horizon to my attention. I think I’ll get around to posting the shots of the sun as it sinks into the ocean next, but these two were hands down favorites….
That is one of the most beautiful sunset shots I’ve ever seen. Wow.
Thanks Anita…. can’t wait to see yours from Bonaire. 🙂
Nice shot. Love sunsets….and sunrises.
Thanks. They are something special, though I don’t usually get to see too many sunrises. 😉
These two pictures are truly magical, Gunta 🙂
I’d like to give you that magic to see you through some of your rough moments… hugs!
Mother Nature at her best.
Those are outstanding!
Thank you kind sir….
Truly is a magic hour!
I’ve noticed that a lot of folks leave as soon as the sun dips below the horizon, but sometimes there’s that lovely afterglow that makes for even better images.
The first photo is flashy–beautiful. But the second one touches me. The silhouette of pine trees. You put me there.
I tend to agree with you. I’ve never been particularly fond of the screaming red/orange/purple sunsets (with maybe just a few exceptions).
I love the Oregon sunsets! Great shots! 🙂
Thanks. I totally have to agree that we get some pretty spectacular sunsets. Sometimes I think the Oregon Coast official flower ought to be a camera mounted on a tripod. 😉
Exceedingly lovely, Gunta. 🙂
Just providing you a little break in your hectic travel schedule. I’m glad you enjoyed it! 😉
I’m having a great time here, Gunta. Off to bed soon, I’m very tired now. 🙂
Pretty, pretty, pretty. I want to be there. I would be a better person just being there.
There’s no doubt about it… just something that soothes the soul when a day ends like this.
You live in such a beautiful setting. I wonder if we crossed paths on the beach the other day! We certainly enjoyed our time on the sands of Bandon.
I did a very short stop at Bullards (near the Lighthouse) on Saturday to let the dog have a bit of a run since she’d been cooped up so much while I recovered from the flu. Yesterday I opted to go to Sunset Bay, near Charleston. That’s where the above shots were taken. But…. if you see an old lady with a small black poodle, that’s me….. 😉
I’ll be on the lookout next time! 🙂
“Magic hour” – you could not have created a better title.
Why thanks, Newsy! Once in awhile inspiration hits me alongside the head! 😉
Wow, these are beautiful Gunta! I love the silhouettes.
Thanks, Chillbrook…. I tend to like silhouettes on occasion. Cannot imagine these scenes with an HDR treatment.
Thank you, Gracie and welcome aboard!
Gunta, that really is one of your best sunset shots – quite beautiful
Thanks ever so, m’dear….. but Mother Nature helps me out a lot! 😉
there’s such a healing feeling in the act of self abandonment – with a scenery like that one just wait for the tongue of sunset to lap the body and swallow it
Thanks for the comment, though I’m not so entirely sure about being swallowed. Though…. possibly… maybe?
i am, so it’s possible. i dont know about you 🙂
Interesting and beautiful 😀
Nothing quite so serene and peaceful as a lovely sunset.
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