Sun Thursday Contest- edition 6

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This is my entry to @uwelang's SunThursday Contest-edition 6

I was enjoying every minute of watching the sun go down in the Mojave desert behind the Joshua trees in Southern California.

My entry

(for promotional purposes only!) 😉


The contest requires your own original photography, video, or written content about the SUN. Use #SunThursday as your first tag, and place your link in the comments on the contest post. SunThursday Contest-edition 6

Bring your sunny photos and come join in! You have until September 15 / 16 to enter.

Thanks to @uwelang for this great contest! Come and enter your sunny photo!


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Hello dear friend @ melinda010100 good night
What beautiful photographs you have chosen to promote the contest of our dear friend.
Have a happy start to the week

It looks like the contest is off to a good start! ❤️

Fantastic Shot!
I Love It!
Have A Awesome Upcoming Week!

Thanks, @lesmann! Hope all is well with you!

Lovely sunset, Melinda!

Nice to hear from you! Hope all is well!

Yes, all is well! Just had a super crazy time since last October. I have lots to write about. LOL!

Gorgeous pic!

Ah, perhaps I'll see the sun today and in all its glory to share :D

I love the yellow light.

Yellow and gray made for an interesting shot.

We were well over 100 miles from where we were staying, and really didn't want to drive unfamiliar roads after dark, but that sunset was so spectacular that we just couldn't leave and I just couldn't stop taking pictures.