Yesterday afternoon, while the sun was setting in South Fayette, I saw a rather neat-looking cloud in the sky. The cloud is mainly grey and pink … and, at the time, the sky was grey, pink and purple. I hope you guys like seeing this cloud as much as I like showing it to you.
As you probably know already, the sun is starting to set before 5:30 in the afternoon … and I will begin to stop taking my evening walks for a while. I’ll be doing that before this week is over, but I will try to walk during the day if I’m not too busy.
Now, back on October 18, 2019, while I was walking around National Hill, I saw a “golden sky” above the neighborhood. The sky was orange, pink and purple. I did see some nice-looking clouds while I saw the golden sky … and I also saw some lines in that golden sky. It was probably one of the best things I ever saw. I figured I would show you this since I won’t be taking too many more of my evening walks in 2019. I’ll try to take more of my evening walks in 2020.
Last evening, at around 6:25, I took my 15-minute evening walk around National Hill … and, while I was taking my walk, I saw a lot of clouds in the skies above the neighborhood. The sun looked like it was about to set as well. Of course, the sun would set just minutes after I finished taking my walk. After all, it is Autumn … and it’s starting to get dark earlier.
Well, anyway, I happened to notice that the clouds, which were mainly grey and dark grey, were broken up whenever I saw them. I also saw a little “golden sky” while I was looking at the clouds. I happened to snap a photo of those clouds while I took my walk … and you can see the photo below this post.
Spring is just six days away … and the days are starting to get a little bit longer. It started to get dark after 7:00 in the evening again this past Sunday … and that means that the sun will be setting after I shut off my computer for the night. I usually go to bed at different times between 8:20 and 9:00 at night … and it won’t be long before the sun will be able to set during those times. I may be able to snap a photo of a terrific sunset before I go to sleep, if I see a good one.
The sunset that I’m going to show you today is from Sunday and I snapped it at around 7:30 on Sunday evening. The sky is mostly grey … and the clouds are dark grey. The sky, which is in the middle of the photo, is mainly orange.
In honor of my blog’s fifth year, I’d like to show you five blog posts that I wrote down on or around March 14th in previous years …
Joseph likes Route 837! (March 13, 2018)
Some of these top blog posts are full of snow! (March 14, 2017)
A “flashy” sunset (March 14, 2016)
I have a couple of random things that I would like to talk about today! (March 15, 2015)
My new Steelers jacket (March 17, 2017)
Today is the First Day of Spring. Spring started at 12:15 this afternoon … and it doesn’t feel like it outside. It also doesn’t look like Spring … yet.
Today, as we begin the Spring season, I’d like to show you a sunset that I saw while I was at my house last week. I actually snapped the photo just moments after I gave my computer a short break.
While this isn’t a proper sunset, per se, it has some of the elements of a rather interesting sunset. I saw a lot of interesting clouds in the sky. The sun actually went down a few minutes after I snapped the photo that will appear below this blog post.
The clouds that are in this photo are either dark or grey. Again, while this sunset may not be a proper one, it certainly has some of the qualities of one.
Over the past 3 1/2 years, I have been able to show you some interesting sunsets on my blog … and, today, I’d like to show you another one. On the evening of January 26, 2018, I saw a gorgeous sunset in the skies above Cuddy … and, just minutes before I started my vacation, I snapped a photo of that sunset. It’s a fantastic sunset, in my opinion. I hope you guys like it just as much as I do.
Last night, before I went to bed, I snapped a photo of a fantastic sunset, which was spotted above the skies of Cuddy. This morning, I posted a photo of that sunset onto my social media sites. I was looking at the photo on my Facebook page this afternoon … and, in the comments section, someone said that the sunset may have looked like cotton candy. I may actually agree with the person who said that.
The clouds here are grey, dark grey, red, pink, purple and orange.
Back on December 26, 2016, I saw this fantastic sunset in the skies above Cuddy. This sunset had a lot of clouds in it … and most of them were dark. There were also some grey clouds and some purple clouds in the skies that evening as well. It was a very interesting sunset, to say the least.
Today, I’m gonna show you my top blog posts, which are about sunsets. As you know, I’m preparing to take my last evening walk of the year later this afternoon … and I’m gonna have to start watching the sunsets from my computer room … and the sun will probably set at around 5 or 5:30 on most evenings for the next few evenings or so.
I saw my friends and a sunset at Oakdale’s parade this year! (July 31, 2016)
I see pink clouds and some more bare trees in this sunset! (November 12, 2015)
Another bright sunset (July 29, 2016)
A colorful sunset (October 5, 2015)
First part of “Two sunsets in two nights” (July 23, 2015)
This sunset is full of some unique-looking clouds! (June 25, 2015)
A Scary Sunset … And A Calm Sunrise (August 4, 2015)
I wrote 29 blog posts about sunsets … and seven of them have been seen by various people at least once.
I hope you were able to enjoy some of my top blog posts, which are about clouds, sunrises and sunsets. I will be able to see them indoors a lot more times, now that the days are getting shorter.
Last evening, we had another breathtaking sunset here in Cuddy. The skies were pink, purple and orange … and the clouds were also orange, pink and purple. It was one of the best sunsets that I have seen in a long time.