After work we decided on an inexpensive dinner and a show, so we headed to the beach in
We found the perfect spot on an iron bench about five feet from the seawall. The sun was so bright in the enormous blue sky, it was hard to imagine it could possibly vanish within the hour.
The salty air swirled around our heads as the tide rhythmically lapped the shore in it's usual mesmerizing way, and our front row seats did not disappoint.
All along the waterfront people gathered to savor the performance about to be displayed by Mother Nature herself. We sat snuggled together and watched as the sky changed from bright blue to burnt orange, it was beautiful.
After the sun escaped behind the
So there it was, another breathtaking show. It was a fabulous experience and one I highly recommend. You can see it every night, there are no blackout dates and the price of admission is hard to beat.
It is just so magical how the sun sets everyday and everyday it is so unique. There is something about those final fleeting moments that speak to us so deeply. It is time to reflect on the day behind us and look towards the day ahead.
Yup, I would say this was a picture perfect