The Right Place at the Right Time
Sometimes you end up in the right place at the right time by accident. We were driving between Jackson, Wyoming and Denver, Colorado when I noticed that the sun was starting to set over the mountains. As we are going down the freeway I am continually looking over my shoulder to see if the sun is getting close to going behind the mountain. My husband, David, notices what I am doing and basically tells me to relax - he will get off the freeway so I can shoot (aren't I lucky?). We pull off the freeway and the first place to get off the road has sunflowers at the edge of the field. I can't believe we stopped at the right time to capture the glow of sunset, as well as the bonus of having the sunflowers!
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