Pretty good sunset over Lake Monona this evening. Although, when the sun goes down at 4:27pm, it seems more appropriate to call it an afternoon sunset.
A quintessential November scene. Bare trees, grey skies, and the sun hanging low. In related news, I’m currently fighting back my inner-animal’s hibernating instinct.
Seeing this sun pillar at Tenney Park was a nice treat.
Late afternoon hike at Cherokee Marsh
Another evening bike ride to watch the sun set on Lake Mendota.
From Tenney Park in Madison.
Yesterday’s fiery sunset provided a nice illusion as I hiked along these trees.
There’s something very primeval about being in the woods when darkness descends.