I had every intention to go on a hike or bike ride today. Instead, on the nicest day we’ve had in a long time, I spent most of the afternoon doing yardwork. [insert eye-roll here] So after supper I talked myself into going on a sunset walk. Not a bad day after all.
Sunrises and sunsets get all the glory, but the sky can also be quite beautiful mid-day. I caught these lovely cirrus clouds while walking the neighborhood the other day.
Ice fisherman on Monona Bay, in downtown Madison.
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Today’s sunset over Lake Monona. The clouds parted just as the sun was going down.
I didn’t get a chance to document the solstice today, so here’s a shot from the winter solstice of 2012. Happy solstice everyone!
There’s something very primeval about being in the woods when darkness descends.
Today’s photo walk is sponsored by the color yellow, and the color blue.
We’ve reached the time of the year when I can watch the sun go down at nearby Lake Monona (rather than having to bike to Lake Mendota). Autumn is fast approaching.
Another sunset at Tenney Park.