What is it about Sunsets, Sunrises, and Moon views which grab at the heart of anyone watching one take place?
Sunsets and Sunrises behave differently depending on atmospheric conditions and whether water is present as in a body of water. A sunset and sunrise needs to be reflective otherwise it is simply a boring event. When water is present, the sun reflects off of its surface as well as reflecting off of the atmospheric conditions as it nears the visual horizon. These two reflective conditions create stunning visuals. When no water is present in your visual field, the only reflective source is the sky. Depending on what is in the sky will certainly define either a boring uninmaginable view or a stunning visual when moisture in the air such as rainbow creation, or colorful rays of light bouncing around visually. The after glow of a sunset is never the same. Like a snow flake or a drop of rain water, those rays continue to flow forth because of our atmospheric conditions which change by the second. On a clear day, one is alledged to be able to see great distances. During a sun setting series of minutes, one sees everthing there is of how beautiful our Earth projects in front of our eyes. Views of the moon can be full of imagination dependent on distance, clouds. and other atmospheric conditions.
All images are in reverse order within each gallery. Meaning the latest image is displayed first and then goes backwards in time.