Friday, September 14, 2012

A Sunset to Stop Supper For

So, a couple evenings ago,  I was stir-frying okra and tomatoes
 when a glimpse of pink sky caught my attention through the window.
 Turning off the stove and grabbing the camera, I ran outside
 to forever savor the blessing of the day!

Linking to Skywatch Friday

12 comments:

Elizabeth Edwards said...

what a great way to keep that view. lovely shot. (:

Al said...

That is a great sunset - we had a sunrise like that the other day and I need to post my photos of it soon.

chubskulit said...

Absolutely gorgeous!

Hope you'd come and see my sky shots also. Your comment will be greatly appreciated.

Have a great weekend!
Rose

Meghan said...

I think I saw the same sky! I'll hopefully get my photos up next Friday. Gorgeous and worth waiting a little longer for supper!

Joyful said...

Beautiful pink sky!

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

Beautiful. And now I'm craving okra and tomatoes.

Janet said...

Haha, Fairhope. Guess I shoulda posted a pix of supper!

Gregory Urbano said...

beautifull!

Marie said...

The perfect end to a perfect day, I am betting! Very beautiful! And okra and tomatoes sounds good! (I am harvesting okra myself this month!)

Kerri said...

Oh those pink skies .... beautiful in whatever state or country you live in! Great capture!!

Rita said...

Lovely sky shot. I posted a red sky this week also.

Thanks for stopping by my donkey in the garden post. It lead me to another great alabama blog. My mother was born and raised in Brundidge and all her family still live there. I visit your state rather often.

I keep saying I am going to make time one of these trip to see more of the state then just the areas where I have kinfolks

I noticed you listed some other Alabama blogs on your sidebar. I have a blogging friend from Alabama that is not on the list. Have you visited Amy at:
http://rosestreetreflections.blogspot.com

Janet said...

Thanks Rita. It's always great to meet another Alabamian, especially one who blogs! Just added Amy's blog to my Alabama list.