Sunsets In New Mexico   Leave a comment

Here in New Mexico where I live, we have some
of the most beautiful sunsets. The more subtle
shades of green, red, purple, and orange lazily
running together signaling the end of the day. I
live where you can see for miles and miles as the
mountains are more than a hundred miles away.
This makes it possible to watch the sunsets till
the sun goes down. I’m really fascinated with the
way all the shades just keep blending together
and then fade away as the sun goes down and
the night world begins.
 

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