I was making a folder on my computer named "sunsets/sunrises" after seeing a lovely sunset from the Blue Ridge Parkway earlier this month. Then I came across these photos from 2010. And I decided the pictures needed a post all to themselves.
My dad and his friend took my brother, my brother's girlfriend and myself fishing off the North Carolina Coast. I think the month was September. I had my fishing license, but I decided the only thing I wanted to catch that day was photos (hahaha).
We left from a tiny coastal town called Oriental. We were on a small fishing boat, and headed for the Inter-Coastal Waterway.
There were many, many, many sailboats. Trust me, I cut about 163 sailboat pictures from this post.
If you don't like fish guts, turn your head away now.
Truly, the only fishing I know is the kind using good ol' worms. They used fish guts. I don't recall anyone actually catching any fish on this trip.
But that is ok, we had an amazing sunset:
I love when sunsets are gorgeous in both directions.
To the east:
Back to the west: