The sunset was not long on Thursday but the sky, Magnolia Pier and the tanker way out there made it look so nice. So blessed.
The beauty of the sunsets this time of the year make it ok that it gets dark earlier.
Magnolia Landing with Kettle Island, the pier and a tanker going by.
The sun was slowly going down on Tuesday evening and then it turned blazing red.
Love mother nature.
Because of the clouds and the storm coming the sky looked beautiful. Should have brought my tripod for the almost full moon. It was a nice walk on shore Road.
After a glorious Saturday, the sunset did not disappoint.
Magnolia Pier is closed to the public, until further notice. Probably too dangerous with the wave and shaking, especially on the float and going up and down the ramp. The float did not make it, it did not look good earlier,
Considering that Hurricane Teddy was over 350 miles away, the waves were very impressive.
Glad the Magnolia Pier is 2 feet higher.
Spindrifts near Kettle Island
On Wednesday around 4:45 took this photo at Magnolia Pier. You can see the smoky sky from the fires out west.
The blue sky with amazing clouds and the flags blowing on the Magnolia Pier were beautiful.