I love sunsets .. winter sunsets can be so sublime, tropical sunsets spectacular and a sunset in the desert can be breathtaking. So today I thought I’d make my theme:
When you live in a valley, one of the few things you have to more or less forget about are “real” sunrises and sunsets. If in the plains the sun might rise at 6:00 in the morning in late winter and set at 5:00 in the evening, but in the valley maybe the sun doesn’t top the mountain until 10:00 and it disappears behind another at 3:30 in the afternoon. Riva del Garda is right under a mountain and so the sun goes down early, but it’s only on the lake front that you can observe the sun setting later in the day – like the one I photographed below last winter:
If you’d like to participate, but are inspired by something different – that’s fine by me – to participate with me this month you can link your haiga post in this Mr. Linky app:
You may want to tag as well (Bastet’s One Month of Haiga) and link directly to the post.
Have a great day! Bastet!
Here’s an interesting blog dedicated to the… Physics of Sunsets you might find interesting.