Thursday, May 5, 2011

Sunset Series, 4

The sun is gone, dropped below the horizon of the Pacific Ocean from our Langosta condo. The sunset is not over, however. The clouds in the sky continue to cling to color and begin a new phase of the sunset.

Now would be about the time to consider whether to have a second glass of wine, if we have had some cheese and crackers or bread and olive oil along with the first glass of wine and if we followed our rule of drinking an equal amount of water along with any consumption of wine. Also, we walk rather than driving to dinner when we are in Tamarindo.

This week we are showing photos of San Xavier del Bac Mission, the White Dove of the Desert, outside Tucson, Arizona, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.

6 comments:

Kate said...

Walking, rather than driving to dinner, has lots of appeal and much to recommend it!

Jack said...

I like the idea of walking to dinner instead of driving, but afterward how do we find our way back? It doesn't look like the kind of place with lots of streetlights.

Sharon said...

It looks like time to decide where dinner will be!

Jacob said...

I always like to have some clouds in the sky for sunset pictures...this is a stunning photo.

Water with your wine. Hmmm. I'd rather turn the water into wine! ;-)

Walking does one good, though.

Re your comments on Ocala: I didn't know that about Brahmas!

glenda said...

Such great color on this photo. The sunset is so fleeting. There one second, gone the next.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

the gorgeous swirl

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