Abstract Sunsets

IMG_3643 IMG_3647When fall arrives and the humidity lessens, the night sky puts on a show worthy of the local art galleries. When my brother Steve told me to see the display on the front of the house, we walked out the front door and saw the clouds were displaying an exhibit on abstract expressionism. I grabbed my camera to take photographs of the whorls, scribbles, blobs and drips that were splashed across the sky last night in a very surrealistic manner.

IMG_2043Abstract Expressionists used color, shapes and space to create their version of demonstrative art, and Mother Nature gets wave reviews for this performance. I cannot wait for the next showcase!!!

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Autumn Pastel Sunsets


I wanted to share one last fabulous fall sunset with colors of the sky that were a gorgeous pastel for autumn. The sky was alive with a glowing Hunter’s Moon last night and each full moon has a name. According to skylore the Hunter’s Moon is the full moon after the Harvest Moon of September.

The colors of the “awesome sunset” I posted on October 8th had beautiful reds, oranges, gold and pinks against the twilight sky. These colors are similar to those you see in a desert or the tropics. But, last night the spectrum of colors presented an alternative wavelength in soft colors along with the role of the clouds. The clouds seem to catch the last few rays of sunlight and produced another vivid sunset in a Rothko-esque fashion.

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