Thursday, September 12, 2013

My 5th Floor Window Views

I am so lucky for being at the 5th Floor, fully exposed to all the sunsents! For those who have followed my posts from my window, i know you like also my views. You will also agree that sunsets are like finger prints, they change by the minute, no two sunsets are the same.

These views are also very informative for me, just like an actual weather forecasting scene. The view above is just immediately after a shower.

Rainy season sunsets are even more dramatic than the dry season, because the clouds provide the more dramatic scenes. A few minutes after sunset, the sky is even more intense, just like above. Building and street lights are already ON, although the sky still provides the bright light.

The sun is still up in the horizon, and at this point i can still have a lot more minutes to shoot the scenes.

Other times, the colors are kinder, more purple than reds, and the clouds are the actors and actresses in my dramatic canvass!

13 comments:

  1. You are so lucky to live there --where you can experience ALL of the different sunsets. I too love watching them and you are right --no two are ever alike. Love the rainbow in that one photo. BUT---I also love the vivid colors in the sky... Wow!!!! Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. You get gorgeous views from your fifth floor window. The sunsets you've shared are simply spectacular, and I really like the rainbow you captured as well.

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  3. I love how you get all those colors. Sa amin, parang blue or gray lang. Hahaha.

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  4. Oh......the sunsets are captivating as always:) Hot fiery suns in your part of the world. I'd be very happy with those stunning views!:)

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  5. such a great view! thanks for sharing.

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  6. wow! A rainbow too. :) Fabulous shots!

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  7. Absolutely breathtaking skies! Gorgeous shots!

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  8. Wonderful! I think the bright orange sun on the horizon is my favorite!

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  9. These are incredible especially the first one with a hint of a rainbow.

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  10. All of us who check out your blog - like sunsets too. I often post photos of sunrises and sunsets. Many times I post a sunset looking East - of all things! I think it is dramatic to see the sun reflected in the clouds and over Lake Michigan looking east form the gardens I have here on the shore. Enjoyed my visit. Jack

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