sup bros, show me some beautiful sunset pics you took, extra points for a good light bloom
I took this and was thinking how cool. Then a half hour later it was dark and i had a 5 mile hike in the forest ahead of me with a Eveready headlamp with a dying battery.
op again, this is one of my favourite sunset pics I have ever taken
Not really /out/ material kind of sunsets but I have a few
> light bloom
If you mean crepuscular rays, here ya go.
took this while waiting for the super bloodmoon lunar eclipse last year.
I saw a truly breathtaking sunset and sunrise from a fire tower on top of Glastenberry Mountain on the Long Trail in Vermont. I only have my phone for pictures though, so they're awful quality.
My day starts early, thank God I'm a Country Boy!
> good morning sunshine
>Long grueling hike on a unmanned blue blazed trail off the AT in late autumn
>It comes to its end like it started, a junction on the mighty AT
>Turn north to head home, looking for the white blazes
>Cold late autumn winds rustling the trees overhead
>Muscles aching, sweat turning cold as autumn winds blow over you
>You pass the entrance to the blue blazed trail that you turned on to start the hike
>8 hours of rock gardens and elevation changes to get to a point on the AT that if you just stayed on the AT would take under an hour
>The AT takes a turn to the west, the last rays of the sun fighting through the trees warming your face
>Marching onward towards the suns warmth, the days hike fading from the current to the past
>Your hike ends, nothing but the memories in your mind and the photos in the cameras will remain of the hike
>Soon even the memories will fade, the pictures will get pushed to some obscure place to never been looked at again
>This is why you keep hiking, to keep the /out/ fresh in your mind