One benefit of being a road gypsy, we manage to see sunrise and sunset almost every day even during the summer. We took a moonlight walk last night and concluded that photographing the moon is tough. You need a tripod and a time lapse option on your camera. Sunsets are pretty easy. The one above was taken in Monroe, WA. The one below, too, along the Skykomish River.
The Yuma Crossing Bridge. We road ten miles on our bikes to get this photo.
This one was at Cypress Cove last week, Venice Louisiana. Winter sunsets are rarer with a lot of color.
Yesterday was chore day. The Bronco still has remnants of some awful grit we picked up in Venice, even after a car wash. The Motor Home is waiting. We found the Health food store closed-for good. Louisianan's enjoy deep fried shrimp and oyster Poboys. They seem less concerned about diet than where I live. People seem happier here, too. Could there be a connection?