Friday, February 3, 2012

Sinking Sun At Kwomais Point Park

SWEET SUNSETS ABOUND world over in their differing hues. But last night we gratefully watched the sun at Kwomais Point Park melt into the sea as effortlessly as a lump of sugar dissolving in a hot cup of tea.



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Copyright by Penelope Puddlisms

16 comments:

  1. Those sunsets cannot be ignored. Powerful.
    I had to smile about your comment on stardust's blog today. "Hope your snow stays fluffy and soft", you wrote.
    A thing one wishes each other in China [so I have been told] says:
    "May your rice never be gummy". Now I'd like to expand that with your: ...and may your snow always be fluffy and soft."
    [Don't mind me: I'm going stir-crazy with these low temps we are having over here.]

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  2. I like that analogy, melting like sugar into tea.....and what beautiful, beautiful photos!

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  3. Wonderful photos.

    Regards and best wishes

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  4. Wow, that's a beauty.
    I did enjoy visiting my friend on the Oregon coast and seeing the sun set directly "into" the water, but I love the islands the distance giving some substance to "our" horizon in Ocean Park.
    K

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  5. Lovely shot! Fantastic color. You captured it so well!

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  6. Wow! very pretty. What a nice evening to be out.
    thanks for sharing :)

    www.forgottencompass.com

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  7. I would argue that you had some of the most fantastic sunsets in your neck of the woods last night!

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  8. That is so magnificent, Maria! I was watching the sunset last night here but nothing compared to your photo. Gorgeous!

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  9. It was a wonderful sunset last night. I was down in White Rock visiting my Mum and we watched the sun set from her hospital window. She is getting a lot better I'm pleased to say.

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  10. The colours are extremely beautiful! WOW!

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  11. wow absolute fantastic photos Must be great to have a first class view of such a spectacle

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  12. The colors are spectacular. Fantastic shots of the sinking sun.

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  13. Hello Penelope,

    Absolutely beautiful photograph of that richly hued sunset! I am in Ottawa where it feels as though it is a different life. I think I've missed a couple of your posts, but wanted to say I also loved the drapery photo, and especially the equally rich blend of d-words to describe your impressions.

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  14. Wow, these are beautiful shots. What a gorgeous sunset. Lovely photos.

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