Thursday, November 29, 2007


Eight hours of sunlight just is not enough for one day. Winter would be great if we got at least twelve hours a day, but if that were the case, we wouldn't have winter at all, would we? For my morning commute, I head due east, and since my route is in the middle of mall-land, I've got plenty of wide open views of the sunrise. Up until yesterday, I had been leaving work about 4:00 or so, to get home with a little light to enjoy while not working. Yesterday I drove home as the sun was setting, and the 15 minutes it took me to drive four miles was fairly spectacular.

I ran into the house and grabbed the camera.

Tonight, although not quite as spectacular as yesterday evening, also made for a nice drive home. I had a bit more time to grab the camera and tripod, run down to the woods, and snap a few more photos.

All in all, views like these are what make winters here in Columbus bearable.

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  1. I especially like the silouhette of the tree with the muted pinks and blues in the background. My office here in southeastern Pennsylvania looks out over a huge sweetgum tree, and I often get a similar effect on good winter sunset evenings before I go home from work. In fact, sometimes it's so spectacular that I stay at work just to enjoy the scene. Keep up the great posts!

  2. Beautiful photos Tommy- you find the beauty in the everyday. :-)

  3. I LOVE sunsets! Great pictures as usual, your pictures are always great.