Clouds / Corrales / Sunrise / Trees Dawn at the Gas Station November 20, 2020 Timothy Price36 Comments Looking southwest There was proto-color rising from behind the Sandias when I left the house. I stopped for gas two miles down the road and the clouds had colored up. Looking east Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
36 thoughts on “Dawn at the Gas Station”
Nice work! A sunset in reverse.
True. Thanks, John
You have my favorite colors and scenes there, Tim. The clouds look like colored whitecaps on the sea.
A inverted sea and reverse sunset. Thanks, Lavinia.
Beautiful photos, Tim! (It looks like the sky is on fire in the second photo. Love it!)
Thanks, Mia. It was good I stopped to get gas or I would have missed photographing it.
I’m glad you stopped, thank you!
You are welcome.
Lovely images, Timothy. Oh, by the way, my tracking sez you bookends are delivered to your parcel locker.
They’re holding up books. Thanks, Maj & Sher.
Ah… your skies…. I believe you have an artist who permanently resides above you, splashing gorgeous colorful brushstrokes…
I think you are right. A lot of artists are drawn to New Mexico. The artistic Spirit in the Sky has a wonderful sense of color.
Oh, it does indeed!
wowowowo! beautiful photos and deep emotions. have a good time 🙂
Amazing colors, seriously, we are so blessed! 😍
Great shots. The second is my fave.
LOL! I thought this was a trick title.
Some woman,at the gas station, a name tage reading Dawn… but not!
This is straight on. Fab shots, Tim!
You are right in making that assumption. You never know what lies behind one of my titles.
tag…. not tage
They sure had coloured up! Fabulous sunset hues 🙂
Whoops ..sunrise 🙂
One was looking to the west so easly confused.