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Friday, November 19, 2010

Evening Beauty

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No two snowflakes are ever alike, right? I wonder if that principle could be applied to sunsets!
I bet no two are identical. How could they be? With the clouds, weather and time of year, it seems they would always be unique. Here's a nice one from my little front porch in Ohio.
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41 comments:

  1. Great sunset, Betsy.
    I agree that all sunsets are different, such is the wonderment of Gods' creation.
    You must get some beauts in Ohio ~ Eddie

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  2. Very logical. And I'm sure very accurate too. I have hundreds of pictures of sunsets, and I'm betting they're all different.

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  3. Matty, you could do a blog just of your sunsets! Post one a day! :)

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  4. I think you've got it Betsy ~ They are all different.

    How nice that God's canvas is ever changing with the brush of his hand, and the breath of his mouth.

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  5. Wanda ~ what a lovely way to look at it!

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  6. Sunsets are a favorite of mine. So artistic and just awe inspiring.

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  7. you know...i will keep watching them every night just to be sure...smiles. beautiful...

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  8. What a dramatic sunset...I don't think two sunsets are alike. They are each stunning and captivating in their own way. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Very beautiful...I love the deep purple! Wasn't that the name of a band back in the 60's : )

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  10. you mean this is at night? We see this scenes at dusk and we have lots of them very beautiful. One cannot resist to stop and if there's a camera in the bag, for sure he/she will surely fidget on it and shoot.

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  11. Andrea ~ yes..a sunset..in the evening. :)

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  12. How gorgeous !
    I love sunsets such as this, "Red sky at night, sailors delight"

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  13. Beautiful image and that is exactly why I love sunrises and sunset, they are never the same, as is the sea and the sky.;))
    xoxo

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  14. I love sunsets and red sky I comment on red sky first on all the skywatch blogs and then look again to see the others. We often will drive to our different viewpoints to watch the sunset in the summer. Have a good week. Don

    My Blog Promote Thanet

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  15. ascu75 ~ hey, Don...thanks for stopping by. I love the red ones, too! And what a neat summer tradition you have!

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  16. Wow! What a fiery sunset! I've never seen two that look alike.

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  17. Oh that's so pretty! Great shot

    Happy SWF

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  18. That's an amazing sunset Betsy. I don't no why but it makes me think of some kind of pot boiling away.

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  19. Betsy,
    I found you via Kayren's blog @ Everything's Coming Up Daisies. She is one great gal and so is her husband Robert. He also just happened to give my daughter Heather part of his liver recently! Like you I understand about learning to dance in the rain. I've enjoyed my visit and wish you the best.
    Cathy

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  20. Err, actually, dear Betsy, I do recall seeing that same sunset back in the Fall of '88 in Moscow, no less! most bizarre.

    :)

    I have to say though, this is a beut for sure. Love it. so glad you had your camera. whoa.

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  21. re: sidebar--isn't it put the seat DOWN, btw? :) I was well trained there.

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  22. I don't know Betsy...that is such an amazing photograph...think you should send it off for a print to frame? I think so.
    Gorgeous!

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  23. Cathy/TheStylishHouse ~ hi there! thanks so much for visiting! I prayed for your daughter and her liver transplant last week! So great to 'meet' you! :)

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  24. Mmm ~ haha..NO..it's seat UP before you pee, men! :)

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  25. All different, all beautiful - this is no exception.

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  26. Just seen your sidebar - days of thankfulness. What a lovely idea. I always try and think of three good things, before I fall asleep at the end of each day.

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  27. jennyfreckles ~ fall asleep each night while counting your blessings...now that is a wonderful habit!

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  28. I've always found it impossible to believe that out of all the zillions of snowflakes that have ever fallen, in every snowstorm, every year, all over the planet, since the beginning of time... NO TWO have ever been alike? How can they prove that?!?

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  29. Silver ~ you really are a half-glass-empty kind of guy aren't you? ha. You probably don't believe in Santa either! ;)

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  30. Wow, I haven't seen a sunset like that for a long time. But that's the trade off you get for living in a large town I guess. Beautiful. :-)

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  31. Gorgeous photo! Amazing the beauty God gives us to enjoy!!

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  32. I've heard the saying over the years that no two snowflakes are alike but I've always wondered - how do they really know that? I mean, it would be impossible for one person to see every single snowflake that ever fell in the entire world.

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  33. wow this is lovely, and looks perfectly autumnal

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  34. It is a wonderful sky. I think it to be very unusual but it photographed well.

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