The Remains of the Day in Sunset Photography
By julieabrown on January 24, 2012
I just want to stop in here early midweek to show you my view on a recent evening while walking from the barn to the house (3/8 mile). In the winter in Missouri we can get the most awesome late day light for photography, so I'm usually "packing" a camera, not heat.....:)
Anyway, on this evening sure enough, Ma Nature fired up sort of out of nowhere with a spectacular late day lite show for the sundown feature:
I walked along, expecting this to be fleeting, but it went on for quite a little while longer. I hurried a little and reached my sweet wrap around porch, where I lingered, in this metal work chair, until the color left and darkness fell. It all made you want to be quiet for fear you would ruin the beauty by making a sound before it was over, bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase," Be still, and know......."
I wish all of the bloghers a wonderful week. And special moments that you can soak up the "remains of the day" as I did on an Ozarks evening, recently.
~JB was here.
"Farm Is Where the Heart Is"
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