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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Monday, September 21, 2009

My World Tuesday - Cape Royal Sunset

5:11pm
To view the Cape Royal sunset go here.

26 comments:

Sunny said...

What a glorious sunset. How lucky you are to witness such beauty.
Sunny :)

tainterturtles said...

Just beautiful...I love ALL sunsets.

Lois said...

I'd be willing to pay to work there! Those are stunning.

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

Your photographs are really very special. It must be a different world and totally unlike the canyons of DC or NY.

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mountain.mama said...

It's just a huge blessing to catch a sunset like that and totally better than a movie.

Small City Scenes said...

Nothing calms and yet excites the body like a great sunset. We have some beauties out this way too. Some of the best I took was when I spent a summer in a Fire lookout tower in Southern Oregon. I could look west and see the sun sink into the Pacific Ocean. Every sunset is special. Good pay I'd say. MB

Janie said...

Beautiful sunset. You're so right, a Grand Canyon sunset (or sunrise) is indeed a miraculous event, ever time!

Tombazana said...

Very good blog, i like this pictures, i travel with your photos!

Congratulations from Portugal!

dowhatyoulove said...

What a magical evening! Sometimes its fun to be imersed in nature like that with other people around. Even if you don't know anyone, you become a community during the time shared enjoying the nature around you. Beautiful photos!

Elaine said...

Wonderful series of shots! Sunsets are always lovely, but to watch one over the canyon has to be extra special. Thanks for sharing a magical moment.

Natural Moments said...

The beauty of immersing one's self in Nature for long periods of time shows how our surroundings change from moment to moment and how each moment is perceived completely differently if viewed from a different angle or different point of view. A sense of Newness brings life and lightness of being to each and every moment.

Beautiful photos.

Quiet Paths said...

Fantastic. You need to tweet: Rangers are paid in sunsets.

Carol said...

Beautiful shots. I always have the problem of stopping..it always seems to keep getting better and I keep on snapping away. I love the photo in your header.

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Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Great shots. You are well paid in sunsets.

Diane AZ said...

It must be awesome to share that glorious event with the small group and then to post it for everyone else to enjoy. I see why you didn't want to wait till SWF.

Karen said...

stop it! Now you know I have to go up there one evening just to see that. Wowza!

Ms. Fiddlesticks said...

Terrific pictures, glad you posted them. I like how you put the time down. Amazing at the changes in the sky in minutes. Love the new picture on you blog page. I just started humming to myself. Just love the rocks, wind and water designs--white rock, red rock. I never tire of seeing them.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

Spectacular!! I would work for sunsets too. :)

Wolynski said...

Amazing. Why is it once in a lifetime? Doesn't the sun set every day? Really gorgeous photos.

Firefly said...

The pics are stunning. It must be breathtaking standing there and experiencing a sunset in your part of the world.

Ishtar said...

Those views are amazing!

Ruth said...

Just catching up on your recent posts. Beautiful pictures! I am visiting the Grand Canyon around Oct 23 but we will be at the south rim. Couldn't fit in everything we wanted to see here and in California in a week and a half.(I would have liked to spend the entire time in this area)

Carver said...

Wow, what a wonderful series of shots!

Tammie Lee said...

Such a beautiful post of the gorgeous lands you wander through. Thanks for sharing!

Müge said...

Fantastic sunset photos!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

Yes, don't forget to look the other way too! Wonderful set. Love your comment that rangers are paid in sunsets.

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