Sunset Sunday

This was the sunset on May 24. When there are clouds low on the horizon around the time of sunset, it usually makes for an interesting sky.

I love “our” little Bride Swan; even more beautiful with the sunset as a backdrop.

And, better yet when her Groom is there too.

It’s a fine balance: feeding the swans and photographing the sunset.

As I mentioned yesterday, the sky changes so quickly during sunrises and sunsets.

Swans are fed and and the sunset documented in photos.

My evening’s work is complete.

Linking up to Weekend Reflections.


13 responses to “Sunset Sunday

  1. Lovely as always….The clouds look beautiful with the backlighting of the sun slowly sinking – and the bride and groom enjoy a dusky dinner at the Keen’s!

    Pam and Sam

  2. Wow! All the shots are beautiful, but that one with the column of “fire” on the water is incredibly beautiful!

  3. Lovely as always. And Bride and Groom Swan are perfect addictions.

  4. your work is done! 🙂 too cute.

  5. Magnificent!! I LOVE the dramatic sky…I think bride and groom swan deserve such a backdrop!

  6. The swans certainly do know when to show up for a photo op! The clouds were putting on a show that morning, too .. Photos were taken .. your work IS complete!

  7. Oh boy, everything just came together for these pics – clouds, sun, swans.

  8. GORGEOUS photos! The reflections are amazing! It is so peaceful and so stunningly beautiful…great work!

  9. These are all just awesome, Dianna! I missed capturing a pretty sunset this evening, I was busy watching something else in the back yard.

  10. Those clouds did afford a fabulous sunset!

  11. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Another beautiful sunset. The bride and groom were enjoying it too.

  12. Too beautiful for words!

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