Tonight, as I was eating a late dinner, I noticed the vertical blinds go pink. As I peeked out, I saw a gorgeous sunset staring back at me, courtesy of Tropical Storm Humberto, which is churning off the coast of Galveston at the moment.
I ventured out with my camera and some of my neighbors saw me, so they came out and I told them to look at the sky and one couple started looking around for good angles to shoot from (very enthusiastically, I might add) and I followed them between the buildings and got some better shots.
As I was taking pictures, the daughter of another neighbor (early 20’s whom I’ve already met) came out and we talked as I took more pictures.
Then the colors faded quickly.
I turned to thank the neighbor couple and introduce myself, but they were already gone. I’ll have to catch them next time.
Humberto is going to go east, so we are not going to get much of the rain/flooding, for which I am grateful. The ground is saturated and we got a significant rainfall already this morning. Hopefully those who will get Humberto’s rain actually need it.
And now, it’s dark outside…
2 thoughts on “AN HUMBERTO SUNSET”
Love those pictures…can you take my photo and make me look so pretty?
so beautiful….. come over and take belly shots…. 😉