The rich fire of the orange sunset gloriously announces
the coming night.
(Susan S. Florence)
Before heading to Denver, we stayed overnight with my dear friend Angela in New Orleans again. The evening we arrived, we headed to the store for some refreshments and upon returning home, were greeted with this beautiful sunset just over the levee at the end of her street.
The very same levee that flooded during Katrina and displaced so many, including Angela.
Needless to say, I rushed up the hill with my camera to get the full view. Angela was laughing at how awestruck I was. She said they see sunsets like that all the time and take them for granted.
There's a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they're absolutely free. Don't miss so many of them.
Where you see the wood sticking up from the water, there used to be little weekend fishing shacks that have never been rebuilt.
Peaches did a happy little dance for us as we watched the sunset sky,
A reminder to be joyful and savor every moment.