Sunset Bay

It was a very lovely day….. and a fantastic sunset, too.sunsetbay-1435“Sunsets, like childhood, are viewed with wonder not just because they are beautiful but because they are fleeting.” – Richard Paul Evans


38 thoughts on “Sunset Bay

    • My visitor picked the quote for me that night. I thought it was quite apt since she was a friend’s granddaughter and seemed to still be in the ‘childhood’ years to me (though it isn’t likely she thought so in her 20s)! 😉

      The beaches around here just beg to have their pictures taken. I am thrilled that today we are finally getting some decent, much needed rain. No sunset tonight.


      • hahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa! I just laughed for 5 minutes straight ! Rogue typo! What I was trying to say before my auto correct got involved was that the quote was well written and structured perfectly to match your photo! I was on my phone and it’s so hard to send messages this way obviously ! I think I may have to adopt your expression “Rogue typo” HILARIOUS !!!


    • I’ve often wondered why our beaches seem to allow for those reflections. Perhaps the slant that allows the surf to leave behind enough water to create the reflections. Whatever it is, I love the chance to catch that. I’m very drawn to it.


    • I have grown to count on those reflections where at the edge of the tide line. I can’t be sure, but I suspect it comes from the slope of our beaches, or something… 🙂


    • We have been having a whole lot of exceptional sunsets lately. I should simply enjoy them, but I can’t help but wonder why. I suspect our drought is helping a great deal and perhaps a bit of extra pollution drifting across the Pacific.


  1. Yes, we do view them with wonder because they are beautiful…and fleeting, but unlike childhood, we will likely witness them again…and again. It’s a really beautiful image, Gunta…all of it.


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