Texas Sunset (clouds sunrise+sunset sky ). Photo by bikervet

Texas Sunset

Uploaded by: bikervet

Friday September 6, 2013

Fort Davis, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I went to the observatories near Ft. Davis, Texas to star gaze. It was cloudy and we were worried that stars would not be visible. Well, the stars came out, and the clouds gave a nice display of colors as the sun went down.

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About bikervet

bikervet

If it isn't moving too fast, I may get a decent image from it. It is fun to experiment with a camera and the images; and to read all the tips and ideas everyone else has.Been in Gainesville, Florida for over 20 years now; and love the geography. But the mountains of the West will always attract me.

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