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  1. Min

    Another great example of the wonders of nature – beautiful sunset and no matter how many times one sees this happen it looks amazingly lovely and different each time.

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    • Otter Boyd

      that’s true, sort of like snowflakes we may see many but each is different and can contain its own beauty.

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  2. Pamela Cherry

    This is a most beautiful picture – reflects the quiet of the evening with sounds of birds going to bed – the water gently lapping on the shore – beautiful colors – I never get tired of looking at sunsets……..

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    • Otter Boyd

      Thanks, it’s a really nice place to visit and having a campsite facing west like that is perfect in the evenings.

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  3. fiz

    Hello Mr. Otter….

    I guess comments from other forums don’t reach here. I was curious. No worries though. I am subscribed to your blog, and there is no such thing as being inundated with beauty.

    I have seen lake sunsets so many times. Many in Canada and some not. They are all special aren’t they? I have crossed the daylight-to-dark border many times. I bet you have done so more than I.

    It’s a very unusual transition. I was always able to ‘feel’ it. That ‘tension’….darkness. It’s light, but not light enough to see. It happened almost without fail. In winter when it was cold. Really cold. Like late in the winter season when 10 below (F) was almost normal, the stillness was the same. For me, so many times, it was almost deafening, the silence, the tension. Was it ever like that for you?

    This is a great picture. It sure has it’s layers of beauty. Thanks for sharing it with us. 🙂

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    • Otter Boyd

      That is right, comments placed in other sites don’t show up on this one unfortunately. I wish some of them did though! I’m glad you’re taking a moment to comment here as well. I appreciate it!

      Oh yes the stillness of winter is eerie and I remember it well all the way back to when I was little and first experienced it. It is on one hand calming but on the other hand the silence and stillness can be overwhelming too. That deafening silence and stillness is coming again soon! I spent the day splitting firewood so I’d be a little bit more ready for it.

      Thanks for your comment about the photo. I’m glad to hear you like it!

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