Anytime you are shooting a sunset or sunrise, be sure you look all around you. Sometimes the best shots are not straight into the sun. This shot was almost 180 degrees from the setting sun. I've been pretty absent lately due to a lot going on in my life right now and getting very little time for taking or posting photos, but I'll be back soon. Thanks for your patience, visits and comments.
We'd love to have you join in with your own sunset or sunrise photo for Sunset Sunday. It doesn't matter when you took the photo so join us every week. If you have one to share post a link to it in your comment, (click here to learn how) or just tell us it's there and we'll click on your name to find it.
OBTW, if you do post something for Sunset Sunday it would put a big smile on my face if you added a link to this blog in your post. Thanks!
HUGE TIP: If you love sunset and sunrise shots like I do and want to improve yours, Laura Delegal has an AWESOME blog and she also shares a lot of great photography tips. Being incredibly clever she puts them under a tab at the top of her regular blog and calls it . . . wait for it . . . Photography Tips. You can find her blog here and a great tutorial on photographing sunrises and sunsets here. She did ask me for a few ideas which she added to the bottom, but it was a great tutorial before my thoughts were added.