October 28, 2011

sunset reflections at Rodeo Beach


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photo by Donald Kinney

And although my abode couldn't be any lonelier now that my beloved Kitty isn't around anymore, it's great to be back home. Once again I have the sunrise on the bayside and the sunset on the oceanside, and of course, a whole lot of empty space between my ears...



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photo by Donald Kinney

So, late Wednesday afternoon I bundled up, geared up, and got my tired old bones down to one of my favorite places, Rodeo Beach in the Marin Headlands--it's within spitting-distance of the Golden Gate Bridge.



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photo by Donald Kinney

The sun was going down fast, and of course this time of year it sinks into the ocean a little bit earlier each day.



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photo by Donald Kinney

Nos vemos más tarde, el sol.

נתראה אחר כך, שמש.

A plus tard, dim.

再见,太阳。

Eesay ouyay aterlay, unsay.

See you later, sun.



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5 comments:

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Okay, two "Wows" in a row. This is getting out of hand.

AphotoAday said...

Hi SINBAD' DAD -- You know I was kind of worried about this header photo today. Personally I don't think it's all that good, so if I allowed myself to vote I'd probably just give it an "it's o.k."... But hmmm, this is why the feedback on the poll/voting thing is so valuable to me. Thanks, as usual, for your input.

Hilda R.B said...

Beautiful beach photos. I can sit for a long time to wait for the light in the beach. Love them.

Levonne said...

I really like the light in the first one. Sorry about your kitty.

photowannabe said...

If the empty space between your ears is filled with the gorgeous vistas of Rodeo Beach I think you have no problems at all.
The golds of sunset ate stunning.

 
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