Let The Class Begin! (Rambo wanted to show everybody How to Feed a Baby Hawk?) Thank You, Rambo.
Welcome Everyone and come on in. Our photostudy today is going to be on the sunset Friday Night. On the way to my Friday Nite Out at Cricket's Cowboy Store, I stopped and roped you a Texas Sunset.
To Me, It was a Spectacular Sunset. I want you to notice how close the sun is to the cows. You will see that the cows never once look up to view the Sunset. They just keep on eating Hay.
This is what I saw on 77 Sunset Strip: No frills sunset as not too many clouds. These photos are of this same sunset. Got your Margarita?
Hay, Hay, My, My...Rock and Roll can never die...
Either this hay is getting pretty tall or the sun is really close to the ground!
Here you can see the seeds on the hay.
Sometimes it seems as if the sun is just going to sit there in the sky and not set for the night! On the sun's path, it will take 24 hours to get back around to this same spot of about to set.
All of the sudden, at the base of the sun, you see like an envelope begin to open for the sun to sink into.
The cows do not even notice the Sun, only the hay.
The sun this close to the Earth is Huge and seems like it could just fall out of the sky into the pasture with the cows!
The sun begins entry to the sky envelope. The cows just eat faster.
They sun is half way gone.
Hey You Cows: Can't you see the sun just went down? Look Up!
Hello?? Can You See The Bright Light?
At the End of the Day it appears the cows can not or do not want to see the sunset.
They just want to eat Hay!