Thursday, October 08, 2009

Tired Of Sunsets Yet?

I know I'm not. Each one is so totally different. My challenge, then, is to make them as interesting for you to look at as they are for me in person. So here's my latest attempt not to bore you silly.

We went down to Sergio's Playa Sol on Monday night. There were storm clouds building over the ocean so I thought it would be a good sunset.

I love that somebody set up this chair under the "palm". To catch some shade or to watch sunsets? Who knows.

oooh. Aren't I just artsy-fartsy! A shot through that little palm to the beach area.

Here's a shot back into Sergio's showing the throngs of people that are currently on the island.

One lonely fisherperson on the dock.

Ok, here come the fancy sunset pictures.

Only two other people waiting for the sun to go down.

Those are posts in the water, not people.

I never tire of taking pictures with this old fish scale in them. I think it is great with the sunset in the background.

While the sun was setting in the west, I turned around and looked at the eastern sky. Can you see the rainbow?


Nancy said...

Beautiful! And nope, I never tire of them!

Leo said...

Great photos. Especially the fish scale shot. Thank you for your daily updates.

Life's a Beach! said...

Wayne, I never tire of sunset shots! Thank God we're coming in a few weeks because you're tempting me with all these photos of empty beaches. I'm not a fan of crowds, so I'll be in heaven!

Steve Cotton said...

Even though it is a perfect day, the beach in Melaque is deserted. I enjoy some solitude, but this is spooky for the local merchants. It appears both coasts are being affected.

Mic said...

I always love your sunset pictures. Keep snapping please.

Isla Deb said...

Wow...looks like you had the beach to yourself! Beautiful photos. I wish I was coming now to spend my money because I like Isla when it's not so crowded.

1st Mate said...

My favorites are the ones with reflections on the water, I never get enough of those. I also like moonlight on the water. Guess I'm just a reflective kinda girl.

Sam and Bob said...

I never tire of sunsets or sunrises. They are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Leah Flinn said...

Love the silhouettes! So glad you see the beauty in the things around you.

Calypso said...

Amigo - I NEVER tire of your photo's - any of them. My favorite though has to be the Wayne on Wayne photo - had me in stitches ;-)

Jackie said...

I love to take sunsets or just beach photos through the palms. I saw that sunset Monday from Ballyhoo's.
Monday I was the only one at Sergio's until my friends joined me at noon.