St. Augustine features Nights of Lights from mid November until the end of January. The buildings downtown are all lit up with lights making for beautiful evening viewing of the bridge and historical buildings. This photo was captured with a long zoom on my Olympus OM-D E-M1II from my hotel across the river from down town about 20 minutes after sunset.
Category Archives: Sunsets
A stop off at Charlevoix after a day trip to Mackinac Island to watch the sunset was well worth it. We were treated to a dramatic sky over the Charlevoix Lighthouse. Colors continued to pop for almost a half hour past sunset. The white clouds were beautifully backlit remnants of sunset a few minutes earlier. I really liked the silhouette of the lighthouse and walkway against the orange horizon. I have photographed this lighthouse on a number of occasions and can recall only one time when the sunset here rivaled the one tonight. It was really my first outing with the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II. After being away from Olympus since 2014, I decided to give it a try once again. I was very pleased with these results.
We are back once again to Traverse City. A popular place to see the sunset is an overlook near the Chateau Grand Traverse Winery. The overlook is a nice place to watch the sunset with a view of the vineyards and the West Bay in the background. Weather was cloudy all day, but just after dinner we got a slight clearing of the heavy cloud cover. It was worth the drive as we were treated pockets of orange shining through the clouds as the sun set. I hope you enjoy the view.
After a another midwest winter filled with overcast and cloudy days, it is nice to get out of the cold and enjoy the warm sunshine and blue skies here in Phoenix for a few days of meetings. Even though I spent all day in meetings, I was able to get out for a walk before dinner to enjoy this beautiful sunset.
Here is another image of the Chicago skyline. Here is the John Hancock Building at Sunset. I love the red and orange tones peeking above the cloudy horizon as the sun has just dipped below the clouds. The John Hancock Building seems to dwarf all of the surrounding buildings on the North end of downtown Chicago. This photo was taken with the Fuji X-T1 camera and the 50-140mm lens at about 95mm. Enjoy.