Now that work has settled some, I have time to have a life outside again!
My friend and I walked down to the waterfront last night. We missed the actual sunset, but got a view in time to see the gorgeous fading light. Just what I needed to see.
I have been traveling so much recently that I haven’t had a chance to watch a sunset at home. Tonight I had dinner with girlfriends, and then took a walk up to the University. The colors were not spectacular, but they were pretty tonight, capping off a beautiful day.
I was perusing photos the other day and came across this one that spoke to me. A sunset at the harbor in early September, 2016. The colors! I wish every sunset looked like that…
I hope you are all enjoying a beautiful sunset this evening, wherever you happen to be.
Last night I went for a walk in the neighborhood, to clear my head, get some fresh air, and shake off the day. It was a warm, summer night, those nights that are all too short-lived here.
I ended up at the university; I often end up there. It is such a peaceful place in the evening, when there are few students there.
I watched the sunset over the water, and snapped a couple other photos as I did a loop of campus.
A beautiful sunset!
The afterglow following the sunset
One of my favorite sculptures there; a strong woman.
The antique streetlight obscured by shrubbery.
I hope you are all having a good week – more than halfway to the weekend!
I had a wonderful weekend with girlfriends, preceded by a busy workweek. I still have posting to do on my West trip (and a couple other trips – I am so far behind!), but this photo struck me as I was going through pictures this evening.
The sinking sun over the water in Coupeville, Washington. It was the evening before my most recent half marathon in April, and I was still battling a bad cold, but this view! This view… I am blessed.
Some long tiring weeks have kept me from posting more lately, but I couldn’t resist sharing this beautiful sunset. Just a few more days before the weekend…
Sunset at the Marina, Everett, Washington
I have had a couple long, difficult weeks, and haven’t really had the time or energy to blog much. I’ll be back at it soon, I’m sure, but in the meanwhile, I hope you enjoy this photo of the sunset from my walk at the harbor the other night. It’s peaceful.