Sunset over Knox Mtn
Katya and I saw this sunset to our north as I worked at finishing up some wiring in the butcher shop.
“North!?” I hear you say with indignation, “The sun sets in the west!”
Well, yes, but we can’t see the west because we’re under the shadow of Sugar Mountain. So what we see is the low winter sun shining through a pass against the clouds and mountains to our north. Slightly earlier Knox Mountain, the one on the middle left, had been lit up as the sun slid down in the sky.
The camera did not quite capture what I saw which was a rainbow of colors from the blue below to vivid reads at the top.
Red at Night, Sailor’s Delight.
Red in the Morning, Sailor Take Warning.
Well, not always. There is a big storm coming. Hay is distributed. Animals are snuggled into the lee. We’ll wait it out.
Outdoors: 14°F/4°F Sunny, 1.25″ Snow
Tiny Cottage: 65°F/60°F
Daily Spark: Non-experience does not prove non-existance.