Saturday, November 15, 2008

The End Of The Day




19 comments:

Breathe said...

Beautiful.

Natarojo said...

I can't get over the colour of the sky. Absolutaly lovely.

Rising Rainbow said...

Wow! the colors are amazing.

Pony Girl said...

Goodness, that is unreal! I would love to see a sky like that. Rare find around these parts. I love the little bit of snow still on the ground! I hope you are having a good weekend!

Laura said...

Super colours - what a dramatic sky.

Oh - by the way - I gave you a silly little award over at my blog. Check it out when you get a chance...

Mrs Mom said...

Oh. My. Goodness.

That is just stunning. Way to GO HoneyMan there, for the new camera. Wow.

Tammy said...

The sunsets have been remarkable lately. Been capturing many down here in Nebraska, too. The sunrises equally vibrant.

Your photos are great!

BrownEyed Cowgirls said...

I was stunned by these pictures too. I'm not used to taking pictures of the sunsets and the camera actually capturing all the colors and the glorious radiance.

20 meter circle of life said...

Incredible!!!

Melanie said...

What a gorgeous sunset...or is it a sunrise??? LOL!!!

Adventures Of A Horse Crazed Mind said...

Unreal!

ezra_pandora said...

Wow. Just gorgeous. What kind of camera is this? I can barely capture things standing still right in front of me! lol

cdncowgirl said...

What a sunset! WOW Reminds me of that saying "Red sky at night, sailor's delight" that predicts red sky in the evening meaning good weather the next day.

Saddle Mountain Rider said...

Wow that is a lot of red in that sky.

Andrea said...

Oh my goodness that is some amazing shots!! The sky is so beautiful there.

kdwhorses said...

Love the pics! How beautiful and the colors!

KD said...

There are no words to describe that sunset.

Vaquerogirl said...

WOW! What beautiful colors! Just like the opening few scenes of GWTW- when Scarletts Dad tells her that "land is the only thing worth fighting for, worth dying for!" Too cool!

Mikey said...

Dang, the skies are on FIRE up there! Wow!