Blogging/Facebook Friends

Several of my Facebook friends are gals who also write blogs. And that’s really nice that we’ve connected in that way, since most of us don’t blog everyday.

But there’s one aspect of this that bothers me a little.  Whenever I post a picture on Facebook, I hesitate to include that photo in a blog post. Because I feel as though I’m forcing my blogging/Facebook friends to “sit through a rerun”.

Such is the case today. I shared the last photo in today’s post on Facebook earlier in the week.

Monday had been an overcast, dreary, drizzly day in our area. But the skies began to clear late in the day.  As my mom used to say: “The sun came out in time to set”.

However, there were still clouds.

I thought the photo above would be the extent of photo ops with the sunset. But, later, I glanced out the window and saw the most vivid pink sky I can recall.

This was the best picture I could get with our camera. (I still don’t understand all those camera buttons. I’m just an “auto setting” kinda girl.)

BUT, this one was taken with my trusty little Android phone. And it captures the colors in the sky perfectly.

And, of course, I had to immediately share it on Facebook.  Thus the reason some of you are sitting through a rerun today.

~These Days Of Mine~

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18 responses to “Blogging/Facebook Friends

  1. I don’t think ANYONE minds beautiful reruns…..skies change in an instant and it’s always a “keeper” of a moment. You have a view of the sky many of us don’t have so it’s nice to see.

    Pam

  2. Thanks so much for “re-sharing”! i love your mom’s expression “the sun came out in time to set”. Have never heard that before – but that explains the beauty of pink clouds and patches of blue in the sky when the clouds were parting. And as I mentioned earlier when you posted the pic,the same evening here in SW VA – It DEFINITELY was one of the most beautiful one I have ever seen!!

  3. I do not mind reruns at all! And yes—that is how I feel at times as well but I have turned it around to think of it as a preview! So there you go–you are just previewing a later blog post so no worries. That sky—amazing. Definitely worth posting a multitude of times.

  4. Thanks for the lovely photos! I agree with the previous comments- plus the way Facebook works- who knows how much they are displayed on FB/\?

  5. Sunset is still my favorite color, and rainbow is second.

  6. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    As far as I am concern you can rerun anything you like. The pictures are all way enjoyable.

  7. When it comes to your gorgeous photos, my friend, I surely don’t mind the ‘re-runs!’ (And you have to see mine too on FB.)

  8. I love your photos keep sharing it distinguish you from all other bloggers.

  9. Sunset always is a work of art. Glad to see that Nature really took out her paintbrush that evening.

  10. It was an amazing post loved it. The pictures were indeed great

  11. What beautiful phots – and the sun is finally coming out this morning after a week of rain.

  12. I am always happy to see sunsets… especially sunsets on the water. I often revisit blogs just to look at pictures again!

  13. Hey, my wonderful blogging and Facebook friend. I recently got nominated for an Awesome Blogger Award and am passing it on to you. Details on my post here: https://mamasemptynest.wordpress.com/2017/05/25/youre-awesome/

  14. Magnificent! Those are some of the most amazing sunsets I’ve ever seen. They look like they’re of another world.
    You’re truly a Sunset/Rise Whisperer.

  15. A debt of gratitude is in order for the exquisite photos…Sunset is as yet my most loved shading, and rainbow is second…

  16. I never mind – I don’t always get to see them on FB so if I see them here I can see them full screen = bonus!! ❤ MJ

  17. I love these photos, keep posting

    On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 5:56 AM these days of mine wrote:

    > Dianna posted: “Several of my Facebook friends are gals who also write > blogs. And that’s really nice that we’ve connected in that way, since most > of us don’t blog everyday. But there’s one aspect of this that bothers me a > little. Whenever I post a picture on Facebook, ” >

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