Thursday, January 12, 2012

A Sunset



PHOTOGRAPHER'S JOURNAL: The clouds came in waves rippling at first like sand on a pristine beach, then with the regularity of marchers crossing Connecticut or like time itself, and it reminded us of the distance they had traveled and the vastness of the byway; and just then as the sun began to set, the clouds lost discipline, broke apart, dissolving into the night sky.

6 comments:

bpt2.0 said...

Mr. Roth, a wonderful shot. Spectacularly inspiring sunset.

Ted Roth said...

Thank you for stopping by and for your comment. Visiting your blog and seeing your own very beautiful photos there makes your comment even more meaningful. May the new year bring you fulfillment.

Tim Rice said...

Beautiful sunset!

Ted Roth said...

Thank you, Tim.

Trotter said...

Incredible!! Almost Fiji...
(Fiji was the place where I saw the most incredible sunset in my life... )

Ted Roth said...

I think for me it was at Mesa Verde on a high ridge with a storm and rainbow on one side and a sunset on the other.