I was cooking beef pot-roast in our insta-pot and time was running out. I had miscalculate the time it would take and we were going to miss the Badlands at sunset. “Go ahead,” Peggy told me. She knew how much I wanted to catch the colors. “I’ll finish up here. We can eat when you get back.” My sweetie didn’t have to offer twice. I was out the door and into the truck. The sunset was quite impressive and the food tasted delicious when I returned. Following are some of the photos I took. Enjoy.
Next week we will be returning to our summer trip up the Rhine River. Please join Peggy and me along with our kids and grandkids as we explore the Rhine, castles, colorful towns, the Black Forest and a couple of impressive cities.
22 thoughts on “Badlands National Park: Sunset”
Lovely. Your photos reminded me of some sunrise photos I took at Monument Rocks in western Kansas. That lovely light can be caught coming and going.
Yep, early morning and evening can be magical, Linda. As for Monument Rocks, a bit of badlands in Kansas!
wow, stunning pics Curt.. the stomach can wait and did thanks to Peggy the hostess with the mostest. ❤️
I never suffer from lack of food, grin. I can never get enough beautiful sunsets, however, Cindy. Zero calories. And Peggy came through like a champ!
Nice and I’m like you.. I have to see one every night when I’m away. I can hardly believe 0 calories. ha.
Peggy is a champ❤️
Peggy is indeed. A keeper, which fortunately I realized that when I first met her. 🙂
Awwww that’s sooo sweet!
The images appear to be out of a sci-fi movie – scenes of another planet.
A beautiful planet, however, G. 🙂
Most definitely! 🇺🇸
Fabulous photos. Thank you Peggy.
I echo the others: Thanks Peggy! This was a wonderful pay off for the sacrifice. Outstanding photos, Curt. I’m sure you were grinning the whole time. ❤
Indeed I was, Crystal.
Tasty. Nothing like golden hour in golden hills.
Mother Nature cooperating in the fullest, Dave. !
Beautiful photos, definitely worth holding dinner for!
Obviously, Alison, I am in no danger of starving to death. Thanks. 😊
We all need to thank Peggy, these photos are beautiful. Enjoy your Rhine vacation
Such a treat to catch that perfect lighting!
I seem to be falling way behind on blogging…. but making some effort to catch up!
Wouldn’t have wanted to miss these yummy sunsets… dinner be dammed.😉
Yeah, dinner be dammed, Gunta. 🙂 Not that I was in any danger of missing dinner, or starving to death. Thanks. –Curt