Sunday, October 29, 2017

A Slew of Sunsets to finish off October

Here's a compilation of sunset pictures that we enjoyed here in the Great and overcrowded State of Colorado; since our return from our Glamping trip to South Dakota.

It's really only the Metro Denver area that is crowded beyond the capacities of its aging infrastructure, I know, but sometimes it seems the whole state is filling up.

Still, the sunsets lately have been pretty nice, with one being exceptional in its colors....

Oct 23




Oct 24

Oct 27
The setting sun's light seems to spill over the foothills 


Oct 28


Oct 29




Update: Nov 01, adding photos from the Halloween Sunset: Oct 31.

 
 Denver Skyline


11 comments:

Andrew Thomson said...

Great pics Dom!

Charlie6 said...

Thanks Andrew!

RichardM said...

Really nice sunsets. The one of the foothills with the fog or haze spilling over is especially nice

Charlie6 said...

Thanks RichardM, the haze made the sun’s light turn seemingly liquid, overflowing over the top of the foothills....

Trobairitz said...

Beautiful sunsets Dom. With the way you keep advertising Colorado with your gorgeous photography - pretty soon the State will blame you for the influx of folks. :-)

Charlie6 said...

Thanks Trobairitz, and you would be making a good point but my view stats prove my lack of influence. Denver metro is past saturation point, it’s now a cesspool.

SonjaM said...

Magical, Dom. Now that we have switched back to "wintertime" in Germany I hardly get to see a sunset. The sun is already gone by the time I leave work. So I enjoy your pictures even more. Thank you.

Charlie6 said...

Thanks SonjaM, I bet a sunset with the Hohensalzburg Castle would have been cool eh?

Charlie6 said...

Update: added photos from Oct 31's Halloween Sunset

Mike said...

Great pics. We're getting similar sunsets here in Scotland. The Africa Twin will have to go away for the winter soon though as they've started salting the roads. All I'll have to ride on the road this winter is the C90. I'm just swithering whether to sell it for a KLR or not......

Charlie6 said...

Thanks Mike, they use magnesium chloride here instead of salt but I do tend to wash down the rig after a session on snow.