Friday, November 18, 2016

5th Floor Window Sunsets 2016

I hope you still remember my horizon, my sunsets. I am sorry for posting almost the same looks, as that is the only horizon i got from my 5th Floor Window.

I have posted these style the previous years to compare the position of the sun's view in relation to the objects in my horizon. This just shows the movement of the earth in its rotation in one day, and in relation to the sun in a year's time. I noticed the single path for the first 7 months or until July, after which the the sun was observed coming back to the original position. To the astronomers and physicists, that will mean very different things, but for me that is just a wonderful way for my sunsets not to be boring. Can you imagine what i will feel if the sun is always on top of the spire of that Iglesia ni Kristo church? I might not be too eager to watch my sunrise if that happens.

Another nice thought is the reality that our earth is still moving. Or else we might be at the end of our state! I will be too alarmed when that happens! God bless.












November sundown

November sundown

November sundown


  1. Wow - fabulously gorgeous shots.

  2. Hello Andrea, you have a lovely view from your window. Pretty collection of sky shots. I love watching the sunset! Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

  3. Brings back memories of how I would track the moon, growing up, from my 4th floor apartment in New York City. Lovely captures. Alana

  4. You have a beautiful view! I love seeing how they sky changes month by month.

  5. A great series of shots. I used to have a cubicle with a window I could track the sun as it moved during the year and then i got "upgraded" to an interior office with no window, I sure miss my cubicle

    1. Jo Yogi, in my first work I had a window all by myself, where I can see all green. When other staff came in I still occupied my old place, till I left that job.

  6. So beautiful all those sunsets and skies over the year.

  7. Such beautiful sunsets. I love seeing how the clouds change as the year progresses. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Very beautiful and dramatic, the church spire adds a lot to your photos.

  9. What a beautiful series of photographs!


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