Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Sunrise, Sunset (And Vice Versa)

Sunset over Fuengirola Monday. These photos are unenhanced and unretouched. What we saw is what you're seeing. So sorry there are so many. I culled and culled and thought I was pretty hot when I reduced to a mere 16 (8 sunset followed by 8 sunrise) from the original 85. (Click any image to see why I wanted to share everything with you.) 

FROM THE BACK.
FROM THE FRONT... ETC.






Sunrise Tuesday.


TWO FROM THE BACK.







Thursday morning, we'll watch the sunrise over the Atlantic from the Dowager Duchess's windows. I'll be broadcasting from New York for a little while.

28 comments:

  1. Bon voyage! Take lots of photos!

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      Thanks. Made is safely and, because you told me to, I've been taking photos non-stop.

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  2. Damn, I thought I would spook you by asking for sunrise photos. Clearly great sunsets there.

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    1. Andrew:
      I take sunrise photos just about every day. Don't know what to do with them all. But boy those sunset!

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  3. Holy bejolly, those are amazing!
    Safe travels!

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    1. Judeet:
      Was not a fun travel day, but flights were fine. Met some nice people along the way. And we made it here safely. Thanks!

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  4. Safe travels you guys.
    Beautiful photos here Mitchell....breathtaking!

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    1. Jim:
      Thanks. Very nice first day with the Duchess and Kid Brother. Now trying to stay awake long enough to go out for dinner!

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  5. Have a lovely time. You were both missed this morning. xx

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    1. Slushie:
      We sure missed you! And... we talked a lot about you! (All good Princess... I promise.)

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  6. Oh, what glorious sunset pictures! And wonderful sunrise pictures to greet a brand new day. Thank you, thank you, thank you for sharing! Have a fun and safe trip to see the Dowager Duchess and Kid Brother.

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    1. Jo:
      And to have such glorious views of both ends of the day and all the time between... Hugs

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    1. John Gray:
      Why, thank you. And I hope you thought the same of my photos.

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  8. As a boy I adored sunsets; as an adult I like sunrises more. They are both marvelous times for a pause to think of the day and be gratitude of the gift of having another day.

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    1. Spo:
      No preference for me. Just love the variety!

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  9. You know I favor sunrises but those sunsets do have a dramatic quality to them.
    Lovely set!!
    :)~
    HUGZ

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    1. TICKLEBEAR:
      Some of the sunset are truly amazing. But, I have the camera sitting bedside so I don't miss a morning.

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  10. These pics are worthy of framing and mounting on a living room wall. All that they lack is some swoony-violins music - or (better) bird-sounds of sundown serenades and day-greeting aubades.

    If you haven't left for NY yet (though you probably have) I wish you 'EINE GUTE FAHRT!" We'll 'see' you at the other side.

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    1. Raybeard:
      Well, there was probably more than eine gute fart... Oh, there's an "h"... Never mind. The trip was not very pleasant (specifically security in the airports) but we made it on time and are happy to be here.

      We may have had some saccharin accordion music downstairs during that sunset. I think he was playing "Strangers in the Night." Not the same as violins and bird-sounds.

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  11. The sky is such a wondrously evocative canvas. Ever changing as your photos show.

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    1. Stephen:
      I never tire of it. Would love to sleep in some mornings but can't resist getting up to take pictures.

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  12. Wonderful photos! Such beauty - so well captured

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  13. What an amazing time of year. And the foreground doesn't hurt the view either.
    Welcome home, state-side!

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    1. Stew:
      Still can't believe this is our view every day (well, except for now... looking out at the moon over the Atlantic)!

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  14. These photos are beautiful beyond knowing how to praise them! Wow!

    Traveling mercies to you.

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    1. Thanks, Kristi. This is all courtesy of Mother Nature. She can be phenomenal. Thanks for the traveling mercies. All's well!

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