I’m not much of a sunset/sunrise photographer these days. A colorful sky is not necessarily aligned with my photographic interests currently. But that doesn’t mean I’m immune to sunset’s charms – they’re still beautiful, and I did seize the opportunity to drive a little north of home for a particularly promising one a few weeks ago.
It didn’t disappoint. This is the kind of sunset I still love, a small gap to the west letting light through towards Idaho, creating a concentrated area of warm color complementing the subdued yellow of the wheat stubble and the blues of evening.
The subtlety is beautiful and I like seeing all three images together. The snow on the field in the first & third is like a quicklky brushed dash across the landscape and adds so much. I love disturbed weather or changing like this. :-)