Snapshot Saturday: The timeless drama of a sunset

I’ve shown these photos before.  I’ve even shown them in a previous WordPress Photo Challenge.  But I’ll never forget this February sunset from a few years ago in Laroque d’Olmes.  ‘Dramatic’ doesn’t seem an overstatement here.



This is my contribution to this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge inviting shots of a sunrise or sunset. Click on any image to view full size.

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

26 thoughts on “Snapshot Saturday: The timeless drama of a sunset”

  1. Lovely photos. I love watching the sun rise or set – I will never tire of being a witness to the beginning of a new day or watching the day come to an official close and reflecting on what transpired that day. Each rise and set is just a little different and they fill me with a sense of wonder and curiosity. Have a wonderful Easter.

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  2. So, so amazing! You never know what you’re going to see at sunset! The trees really add to the drama. And what’s that thing that looks like a cross–a crane? The cross makes it an Easter theme!

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  3. I remember these photographs and they still look stunning. It would be nice to see the sun, mind you it was 17 degrees today and Friday we’re promised cloudless skies and 20 degrees. Fingers crossed.

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