Chasing the Sun(set)

If you’ve been reading me for at least a few weeks, you know we’re currently on a major .  One of the things about from East to West is that we follow the sun, which makes it even cooler to watch the sun set.  Sort of like watching it in slow motion:

It was off in the distance, and as we were speeding along, it seemed to just hover for a while:

Then it seemed so close we could practically reach out and touch it:

Before slipping away for the night:

 

I never get tired of watching a – how about you?

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15 thoughts on “Chasing the Sun(set)

  1. Sunrise…sunset…sunrise…sunset….

    I think I know your Music Monday pick this week. 😉

    Gorgeous photos! I never get tired of watching sunrises or sunsets. It’s like a witnessing a miracle every day. Sunrises makes every run worthwhile.

    Have a safe trip, mama. Enjoy!

  2. I love watching the sunset too and when we drive across the country it is one of my favorite things to experience while driving on the open road 🙂

  3. Such a lovely scenery you have shared here and thinking that i misses to travel again. if only I am not busy. Thanks for sharing it.

  4. I adore sunsets – one of the great things about our little vacation next week is that there are always beautiful sunsets and twilight. I can’t wait to get out there with the camera!

  5. Nope me either. Sunsets are gorgeous! They never cease to amaze me, but I know something prettier now, and do you know what that is? The other day as I was telling you it was our 12 1/2 yr. wedding anniversary and the only thing prettier then a sunset was that delicious wine of yours in my glass. That’s the best I’ve ever tasted and I’m not just saying that. I know! Hey my grandpa use to make wine in the basement he was from Palermo, Sicily. Need I say more? Thank you so very much mmmmm maybe I’ll have a sip with dinner tonight! woo hoo

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