We had a break in our endless humidity and thunderstorms last night, which afforded me an opportunity to stroll down to the river and capture some photos as the Sun set.
It was a crisp evening in the Delaware Valley, but it was so bright outside that I couldn’t help but take Bump for a walk. We headed down to the river, and as sunset was approaching I opted to take my Meike 6.5 mm circular fisheye on our walk. I’ve wanted to see how it handled sunsets.
Tonight I want to share this image of tonight’s for my neighbors in the Carolinas. The storm will pass. Some pieces won’t be able to be put back together after the skies clear – but life and beauty will present themselves once more. Stay hopeful.
I captured this photo on last night’s photo walk. I love tandem bicycles, and this made such a foreground on a beautiful evening.
One of the cool things about taking sunset photos is making a photo look nothing like the scene I saw with my eyes.
The way the waning sunlight peaked through the caused it to appear thick, giving it an almost syrup-like texture as it fell to the Earth.