Isn’t it amazing
How the going down of the sun
Can be both so bright and blazing
And yet so dramatic and dark?
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Some sunsets take
My breath away
When the sun kisses the lake
In ribbons of silk.
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Ruby is getting her mojo back
And enjoying our lake sunsets again.
Under supervision, she jumps up
On rocks for treats.
And, of course, both dogs
Are used to our photo sessions at sunset.
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Let me tell you the story of summer —
Of long, hot evenings and herons skimming the sky.
It’s a story of dogs and a lake
And the sighting of beavers swimming in the pink-tinged water.
It’s the story of sharing a beautiful sunset
With a stranger, who had driven all the way to my small part of the world,
From Russia with his family.
And now it’s a story I share with you.
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After the rain —
A sky full of wonder.
Puddles of lilac
And a purple haze in the sky.
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Late summer evening —
The sky is sizzling as the sun goes down.
If you’re a dog, then you run,
Jump and enjoy!
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The yin and yang
Skimming the lilac-coloured
Water of the sunset
And floating off into eternity.
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“Don’t mind us!
We’ll just wait here
While you take hundreds of photos
Of the gorgeous sunset!”
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A hot sunset
Sizzles over the lake.
A mother duck and her babies swim by.
Peace descends on the water
In the form of strawberry crush.
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Vivid red sky
And a sizzling reflection;
The setting sun balances
Later on, a bird flies by.
(All photos straight out of the camera.)
I’m going to London at the end of the week and then filming in Gothenburg as soon as I get back, so I won’t be posting for about ten days.
For more dazzling stories, please go to: Our World.
And don’t forget Skywatch on Friday.