Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Photo: Farewell Winter Sunset at Wagamons Pond

Pond Sunset Photo

Spring might not officially start until Friday, but the time change has lightened my mood! Getting to see stunning skies instead of darkness while driving home from work is glorious. This beautiful sunset convinced me to pull over at Wagamons Pond to capture its colors reflecting on the water.

21 comments :

  1. How beautiful is that and ten times better than the view from my balcony here in central London haha!

    Have a skytastic week :-)

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  2. So stunning! The only thing that I will miss during winter months, the stunning sunsets.

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  3. What a lovely picture. I can't wait until spring comes officially. And, warmer weather.

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  4. Beautiful sky!! The colors are amazing!
    Happy St Patricks Day!!
    Karren @ Oh My Heartsie Girls Wordless Wednesday

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  5. Beautiful sunset.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2015/03/ww-text-message.html

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  6. Yay! Here's to more beautiful days of Spring!

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  7. Absolutely gorgeous. The colours are amazing.

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  8. Nice shot! Funny how there are a few sunset shots this Wordless round. :)

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  9. I really like how you framed the sunset with those branches.

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  10. Such a pretty scene. It's postcard worthy!

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  11. That is a really beautiful sunset in your photo.

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  12. What a gorgeous photo! I agree with Kim: looks like a postcard!

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  13. My sunrise, your sunset! :)

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  14. So beautiful. I love all the different colors in this photo!

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  15. Gorgeous picture.
    Julie
    Thank you for linking up with #wordlesswednesday
    co-host - http://www.julieinthemaking.com/

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  16. lovely shot indeed...here, winter hasn't really say goodbye..

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