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Beautiful!

Here's one from the left side...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/11217210@N08/5482779451/

07/13/12 @ 11:31
Comment from:

Thank you, Sven. An ocean sunset really does make it nice to live near the coast, whichever coast it may be.

07/13/12 @ 11:44
Comment from: Luanne

"Like a prayer before bedtime, the sunset marks an opportunity for gratitude. It’s the perfect moment to give thanks for all that happened in a day. . . . good or bad."
I love this quote, Ruth, because we all need to seize opportunities for gratitude and none of us know whether “all that has happened” is good or bad. The sunset can remind us of opportunity to give thanks and ask for the best of what is possible . . . whether or not we understand.

07/13/12 @ 21:17
Comment from: Mike M

I was recently up in Canada fishing on the longest day of 2012 (the daylight hours last even longer in the higher latitudes!)... the sunsets seemed to just hang there for my extended viewing!

http://s1099.photobucket.com/albums/g383/Electricman1956/?action=view&current=IMG_1490.jpg

07/15/12 @ 06:16

Watching sunsets is not completely without risk. My cousin Robbie was doing it the other day and drove his truck right over a cliff!

07/16/12 @ 14:16
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Luanne: Yes, there is plenty that I don't understand, and somehow, it all seems to work out.

Mike: Thanks for sharing such a great photo. I can almost feel the warmth through the computer screen.

Warren: Since you didn't say, I can only hope that Robbie is OK. Right?

07/17/12 @ 05:52
Comment from: Kathy

That is one thing I can enjoy from my front porch! It's a safe place to watch it.

07/20/12 @ 15:04
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Kathy: Yes, a safe place indeed, and a peaceful one, too. Robbie's sister posted an update on Facebook. It turns out he really was lucky because someone found him, and got he a helicopter ride to the hospital. I really need to add a disclaimer to my Blog. Be safe out there people!

07/20/12 @ 15:19