Happy Photo Friday! We’ve made it through another week! I’m trying to get myself and my photos from this summer organized so I can do things like order prints and make photo books to give as gifts. Christmas is only about 100 days away, which means that I’ve got a bunch of work to do. As I was making collections in Lightroom and organizing my edited photos, I came across some incredible sunset photos.
It appears that they were taken on the water, but that didn’t make a whole lot of sense to me because I’ve already shared those photos. I could have sworn that the previous round of editing had seen us back to shore. Thanks to the Sner, we figured out that these photos were in fact taken on our sunset sail. She reminded me that I changed out the memory card in my camera. The card was continually giving error messages, so I switched to a more reliable card.
Which reminds me – I need to send the defective card back to the manufacturer. They have said they will replace it.
I can’t believe that I didn’t remember taking these photos! I think they may well be the best of sunset photos that I took while we were on the island. That sky is amazing isn’t it?
I’ve been working on getting out and capturing the sunrises lately, and while those are amazing in their own right, there is something about a proper sunset. I used to date a guy who was all about the sunset. Wherever we were, if the sun was setting, we had to stop and watch it. Back then – back before we had lived much of life or had really been anywhere – he claimed that of all the places he had been, he felt like the sunsets in Nevada were the best.
It has been a minute or two since I last caught a Nevada sunset, but I’m not sure that I could say that they are better than this. I’ve seen a lot a beautiful sunsets in my day, and it’s really difficult for me to make comparisons. Is this sunset any better than the one I caught last fall with the pelican and the shrimp boats heading out into the Gulf? Maybe the truth about sunsets is that while they are all beautiful, their awe is a function of the people you enjoy them with or that particular moment in time.
I particularly loved this part of the sunset. There was something stereotypically perfectly beautiful about a Hawaiian sunset on the water with a sailboat making its way to shore.Maybe the particular beauty of a sunset is who you see it with Click To Tweet
Where did you see your favorite sunset? Are they gorgeous in your neck of the woods? Tell me about it in the comments!
Photo Friday Link-Up
Welcome to another edition of the Photo Friday link-up! I love that y’all join me each week and share your photos with me. Thank you for that!
Last week our most viewed link was a tie between Rhonda at Albom Adventures who shared a New Zealand’s oldest church with us and Sara at Love that Image, sharing a photo her sister took of an old boat in Nova Scotia.
Our final link was from Captured by Jade, sharing a gorgeous rose with us. As always, if you missed some of the links that were added after you joined us, consider going back and taking a look at them. There are always some amazing photos added later in the weekend!
Please make sure you’re visiting other photographer bloggers and commenting on their posts! That’s what makes this such a great link-up – the love y’all give each other!
Now it’s time for this week’s link-up! I can’t wait to see what you have for us!