sunset in the east on July 14, 2010 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Other Apps We don't see the sun set from the farm. . . but when I look out my window to the east and see the sky reflecting from the sunset. . . I know the sunset in the west must be spectular. I don't have to see the reality to believe it is there. All for now . .. Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Other Apps Comments VeeJuly 14, 2010 4:55 AMWow! I guess so.Very rarely we see the pink tinges in the east and wonder about what's going on in the west. We see sunset shadows in the winter, but never the full one.Is a mountain hiding your sunset? Trees are hiding ours.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplykelly ensJuly 14, 2010 6:46 AMyes, it was quite spectacular in both directions. the east also had a small section, yet very bright, of a rainbow for a little bit. it was quite the evening for a walk :)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJudy ~ My Front PorchJuly 14, 2010 6:57 AMAnd where was I last night when the sun was setting? At times we get too busy to see God's artwork. Not good.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyellen b.July 14, 2010 7:09 AMAmen to that! Beautiful skies!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPondsideJuly 14, 2010 7:17 AMYou do have spectacular skies in your part of the province!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPegJuly 14, 2010 7:59 AMWhat a gorgeous picture, wish I'd looked out and seen that last night. I always think of my mother's old adage 'red sky at night sailor's delight' and when I see those pink skies, I look forward to the sun the next day - and here it is!!!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySisters in the SonJuly 14, 2010 8:28 AMHello, we would like you to receive a Blog With Substance award for your inspiring blog. We would love for you to accept. If you do you can go on our blog and cut and paste the award onto your blog. We really enjoy your posts. God Bless you both!!www.coffeepotgospel.blogspot.comReplyDeleteRepliesReplyThoughts on Life and Millinery.July 14, 2010 9:30 AMLovella, why can't you see to the west? I'm wondering if the recent gorgeous sunsets are due to dust in the upper atmosphere from the Icelandic volcano eruption. Whatever the cause, I'm out with my camera each night taking pictures as the sun slides down over the western mountain range.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnnelieseJuly 14, 2010 10:56 AMBeautiful... it reminds me of our view of Baker... we had company from the Prairies and I guess we must have said it once too much... "Look at Baker!" ..her response was, "Don't you ever get sick of it?"ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJust a little something from JudyJuly 14, 2010 11:28 AMI can't imagine how brilliant the real deal was with just seeing your picture of the reflection. God's handiwork continues to amaze me.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMargJuly 14, 2010 10:31 PMSunrise Sunset...I love to see both...just depends which window i look through...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thank you!