HOMEWARD BOUND #7 – Marilyn Armstrong

HOMEWARD BOUND INTO THE SUNSET – BECKY B’S JANUARY SQUARES

It was just another day coming home from the doctor. Our house is due west from the doctor’s office. I knew this because the sun was in our eyes all the way home. I thought it would be dark when we got back, but there was absolutely no traffic and we swept home at a brisk pace.

Which meant there were a few pictures to take on the way. Not as glorious as the last ones, but still, very pretty (and entirely square) sunset pictures.

About a quarter of a mile from home, heading west

About 4:30 in the afternoon in January

This was the first time I’ve used my new Panasonic camera since I got it a couple of months ago. I’m not really used to it yet, but it does seem to do a pretty nice job especially considering it was quite dark by this time.



Categories: Blackstone Valley, Marilyn Armstrong, Photography, Roads, square, Sunset

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6 replies

  1. It does look like a January sunset, it’s so low in the sky.
    Leslie

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  2. I adore these kinds of pics. I take them all the time. But driving with the sun against you is a killer. And I love square photos. So, it’s an all-win situation here!

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  3. Taillights and headlights in the evening twilight – fabulous Marilyn

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  4. How I miss taking photos from the car when Mr. Swiss was still driving the car.Even now when I am driving on my own I cannot help thinking on the way the good photo chances I am missing.

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    • Pat, think rather of You Can Still Drive…. than missing out. I know, I know! The very best opportunities only ever arise when I’m driving and HH absolutely shows no interest in taking the photos I suggest he takes 🙂

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