These pictures were taken from the “other side” of the river during sunset on Thursday evening. Motor Man and I had run a few errands in Newport News, and as we were heading home, the sun was setting. We stopped at Huntington Park for a couple of quick photos.
I like the silhouettes of the folks on the beach.
This one was taken a few minutes later as we crossed the James River Bridge.
Perhaps I could talk someone into authorizing having those power lines put underground? (For those of you who aren’t from this area, the James River Bridge is approximately 4 miles long. Slim-to-none chance of those utility lines being buried!)
This last photo was taken as we crossed the bridge over Jones Creek in the little town of Rescue, just a few miles from home. I shared sunset photos from this same bridge a few weeks ago.
Rescue is a quaint little village, and the view from this bridge is especially nice. As I mentioned in the previous sunset post, this isn’t a heavily traveled road, so Motor Man was able to stop for me to snap a quick photo.