Monday, September 21, 2015

It never gets old

 I've lived here going on 3,638 sunsets.
They never get old.



When I see a particularly spectacular one developing,



 I grab the camera and run outside.



 Then I grab the nearest prop and ask him to pose,



 but he ignores my directions and walks off into the sunset.







18 comments:

  1. It is a truth that you have to run. My sunrises are the spectacular ones for me. I face East at the bottom of a hill. Once the sun is over the tree line, it is over for me. I thank you for giving me the other end of the day!

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  2. Simply beautiful...and a different one everyday!
    Even our clouds were pretty yesterday.

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  3. Absolutely stunning, Carson. I lived there just shy of 4400 sunsets and when I had to leave I made sure I was driving off into the sunset. Needless to say, while simultaneously crying my eyes out.

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  4. Beautiful, I'm glad Johnny is so obliging.

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  5. I say that every day since I moved out here. Even though JCC didnt stick around, he had some pretty "I'm outta here" shots.

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  6. Incredible. Cats and sunsets ... two of my favorite things in life.

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  7. I hope you realize that all of your hard work and efforts to send out a post every day are MUCH APPRECIATED. I love your way with your animals, domesticated and not. I love getting a glimpse at a very different part of the world from an everyday person. (Although ... after following your writing for a while ... I'm less inclined to think you're an 'everyday person'! ;) ) Your love of the land, your sense of humour, your determination ... all make for great inspiration. You Rock down there! Many hugs from Canada - the Ontario kind.

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    1. Thanks, Wendy! Just when I think this blog won't live to see another day, someone with a comment like this chimes in and saves it.

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    2. Phew! Double hugs then!

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  8. Wendy took the words right outta my mouth...except my hugs are coming from Oregon. Thank you Linda!

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  9. Carson, thanks for sharing your part of the world with us. Your sunsets and photography are truly wonderful.

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  10. You're my first stop every morning. I use your dose of tranquility, or hilarity, or scary (i don't know HOW you deal with those snakes) to get my day off to a peaceful start in UNpeaceful Houston. Take care.

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  11. Ditto on wenpals comments! I mostly lurk but your blog is one of the ones I check for dally, sur appreciate you sharing your life with us.Hugs for The 7MSN from bone dry California.

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  12. Bloody hell! c'est beau --- (am your little French reader - 6ft2 tall! who loves to come here everyday and read your adventures and couldn't finish my day without reading you and I love JCC, but you haven't noticed that yet I know. please don't stop blogging otherwise we will all come and stay with you in your desert)

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  13. Wow.... And it never gets old seeing pics of your sunsets. We had a pretty good one here in Alabama so I was thrilled but these.... Well, they take it to a whole new level!!

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  14. Never ever! Breathtaking, every single time.

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  15. An American in Tokyo9/23/15, 6:28 PM

    Beautiful, beautiful!!

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