Fort De Soto County Park
3500 Pinellas Bayway S.,
Tierra Verde, FL 33715 – Fort De Soto Park
The end of the day in the right place is like a time in paradise with deep colors and layered skies. Today I’m sharing nature’s glory at Fort De Soto Park. See last week’s post for more information on the park.
Sunset on the beach, against the palm trees.
The brilliant color dims.
And the sun is gone.
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24 thoughts to “January Paradise Sunset”
Lovely sunsets. The 1st picture with the palm trees looks very much like what we have over here.
Absolutely stunning. I particularly like the second one with the sun low over the sea. Thanks for sharing them.
Beautiful! I really wish I was there right now… especially since it’s freezing here today!
Please stay in and stay safe. I am wishing this cold blast to go home in the Arctic!
Oh wow, that is so welcome to see this -29 w/c morning (-11). Dreaming of things like that these days!
I’m so glad Jeanie. Please stay in and safe. I know it’s horrible right now outside.
I love your bluish pinkish skies.
Wow! Gorgeous shots.
Love all the warm sunny pics… its so cold up North!
Palm trees, sunsets, and the beach = perfection!! Enjoy your weekend.
beautiful colours and light – such lovely photos.
Stunning skies what lovely photos 🙂
Have a scenictastic week 🙂
Beautiful sunsets. I would never tire looking at those skies.
Such stunning skies!
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Carol – the sun may be gone, but the good news is it will come back tomorrow! My favorite shot is the one with the sea grass in the foreground … stunning composition! For all of us here in the frozen North, we are grateful for these warm and sunny shots – and I appreciate you sharing them with Mosaic Monday!
It’s really a paradise sunset!
Carol, I love how you caught the lights and colors reflecting on the trees and framing them. What a magical night you had.
Beautiful sunset photos!
A great sky will take your breath away and yours definitely qualify. Thanks for linking up at My Corner of the World!
Those are stunning sunsets Carol. Great photos. I was very interested in your explanation of hollies as we have several (standard ones) in our garden. Our daughters house is named Holly Bank and her Black Labrador is Holly!
I love the old tradition of houses having names and Holly Bank sounds like it’s right out of a Beatrix Potter book. Here in the US a house is rarely named except for old mansions of the rich. I’m guessing your “standard” holly are English Holly. To most Americans they think of English holly at Christmas. Have a beautiful day!