Driving back home after our visit to Waynesville, Ohio and the “Christmas in the Village” event it was starting to get on evening time and darkness was trying to creep into the sky.
Which only made this setting sun glow the brighter.
I was able to catch a few shots of the sun going down over Washington Court House, Ohio in Fayette county. Here in the wetland preserve it sparkled upon the water.
It was glowing in hues of orange and all golden and looked so big going down over the flat terrain that makes up this part of Ohio where the corn and soybean fields are huge.
We never get to see the big sun setting here in the hills like this because the hills here obstruct its setting before darkness surrounds it.
I took so many pictures of it traveling down the road in the car. Just when I would snap the picture we would hit a bump or dip in the road. I tried to blame my daughters driving and told her not to hit so many bumps. LOL!
Almost gone behind the trees and curve of the horizon.
We can get some lovely sunsets and sunrises here when the sun hits the clouds but not that beautiful ball of fire. Everyone is different with the formation and the color of the clouds that day.
Almost the colors of the large glass bowls made By Chihuly. Is that where he got his inspiration?