SUNSET: DAY SIX- Marilyn Armstrong

SUNSET – dAY SIX


A very pink sunset

There was an amazing sunset one night over the river in Connecticut. It was deep pink on one end and bronze on the opposite side – a 360-degree sunset.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

20 thoughts on “SUNSET: DAY SIX- Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. We were leaving the boat to go to dinner and suddenly, the sky just lit up. Garry got a bunch of gorgeous shots too. It was really special and it was good luck we had cameras — and working batteries!

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  1. Actually, many, many moons ago Hero Husband got offered a job in Connecticut and I went along ‘house hunting’. I was totally in love with this county and the close sea to me was the ultimate miracle and A dream come possibly true.
    Well, it wasn’t for him/us and now reading about the ‘downsides’ which of course then I didn’t/couldn’t imagine – plus the immense distance to our families – make me thankful for that ‘missed opportunity’.
    But just look at this sunset; makes me wanna cry with ‘lust’ and nostalgie for quiet sundowns and serendipity at the shore….

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    1. All of New England is special, but not everyone is ‘cut out’ for Connecticut. It is the fanciest of the states, though it is unquestionably beautiful. I have to admit to being glad I live here. in a world gone mad, this area has stayed pretty much sane.

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