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Credit: Stephen Rosenberg
Titled, “Kansas Sunset.”
“Sun ducking under a cloud near Kansas/Colorado border.”
Titled, “Backlit Flag”
The beautiful Stars and Stripes backlit by the sun.
Titled, “Serendipity at Sunset.”
The serendipity of a seagull crossing the sun during vibrant sunrise over Lake Superior.
Titled, “Last Minutes of the Day.”
Titled, “Key West Sunset Cruise.” A sunset view from a catamaran. Ahhh!
Titled, “Sunrise on Spofford Lake.” An October sunrise lights up the sky and the water.
Titled, “Sunset Over the Lake.”
Titled “Crepuscular Sun Rays.”
Titled “Dandelion Wishes.” A subtle photo, we were caught by the way the glowing sunset backlit the dandelion’s white seed head.
Photo taken at Palisades Park in Santa Monica, CA
Sue Hammye Click to send ecard!
We loved the imagination employed in this photo—with the rays on the hosta shoots and dewy grass.
Bernadette McGeney Smith
We were struck by the way the morning Sun shines through these jars. What an original way to see the Sun! Send ecard!
Simple but breathtaking, we were taken by Granny Mary’s “office view” in Sheridan, Oregon.
Titled, “Peaceful Sunset: Sun sets on the bay, Hull, MA.” Nature’s own masterpiece.