Royal Sunset In Winter

Little by little and day by day the sun reclaims it’s rightful place in the sky. In January it’s barely noticeable but soon the royal displays of red and purple will linger a little while longer above the high mountain peaks. Colorful clouds hold onto the fading light unwilling to yield their most prized treasure to the icy blackness of the winter night. In the little village below the mountain windows flicker to life as the villagers echo the sky’s desires for light and life. Eventually the night wins the wrestling match and the sun sleeps again. But God’s celestrial clock is set and soon the sun will rise with renewed strength to overcome the darkness. By late March the night will be vanquished and the landscape will fully awaken.

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10 thoughts on “Royal Sunset In Winter

  1. Lloyd, that sky that you captured is beautiful! Here in the Alaska we have sunrises and sunsets close together and the sun doesn’t get high on the horizon. The good is we get to enjoy the sunrise and sunsets close together with 4 hours and 21 minutes in between. We have gained about an hour of daylight since the shortest daylight on December 21st and we have twilight for several hours. Enjoy your photos of West Virginia.

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    1. I’ve been told by several people that I need to take an Alaskan vacation sometime. One of videos I watched when learning photography was set in Alaska. The most impressive part was the bush pilot who landed his little tail dragger on the side of glacier. Twice in the same spot!

      Perhaps one day I’ll be able to travel a little more and I’ll make it up there. Good to know that there’s a church I can visit if I do make it up. 😁

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