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Saturday, May 10, 2014

Sunsets

Not much going on today. Jake and the cats and I walked down to the lake this morning and they snuffled around while I did some rock skipping. There are tons of good skipping stones near the water; nice, smooth, flat, round, perfect. My best skip was 7 hops before sinking.

Jake found half a fish down by the water's edge so I skipped it right back into the water so he wouldn't eat it.

Thought you might enjoy some of the amazing sunsets I've captured in my time in the southwest. This place is magical.





This last one was taken when I was camped next door to Gaelyn in Yarnell.

18 comments:

  1. Nice to see our Yarnell sunset in competition with New Mexico.

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  2. Wow you have some magnificent colors here. And all in your own backyard. Can't beat that.

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  3. Amazing sunset photos! Our house is situated so we are not able to see them very well but we do get to see the Catalinas turn pink. Grace (in Tucson)

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    1. The Catalinas must be gorgeous when they're pink. Lucky you!

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  4. Such beautiful sunset photos, Annie! Thanks for sharing! I've just begun reading your blog, with thanks to the Bayfield Bunch! Your furballs are so adorable!
    Enjoy and celebrate each day! =)

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    1. Glad to have you here, Susan! Thanks!

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  5. Lovely sunsets !!! Thanks for sharing .... Skipping rocks across the water is so much fun .... You sure are good at that !!!

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    1. Thanks, it is fun. Made me feel like a kid again.

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  6. Seven skips! You could compete at the national level for sure. I once accidently clipped a coot that was landing. Very traumatic, scarred for life (bird was fine). Wonderful sunsets.

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    1. LOL Jodee! Bet that coot has been telling that story, too, of the time it scarred a skipper. :)

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  7. Wow! These photos could win awards! Hi, I'm Gloria. I found your blog through RV Sue. Wishing you and your crew a great day!

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    1. Hi Gloria! So glad to have you here, and thanks for the compliments!

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  8. My goodness, you're an immediate hit in the blog world! I've spent quite a bit of time in New Mexico. I love it up around the Angel Fire area.

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    1. Thanks, I'm lucky to have popular bloggers as friends, who pointed folks in my direction. :)

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