It’s not often that I am thankful for thick clouds on the horizon as the sun is setting. The typical results are muted colors, and a greyish sky. But that wasn’t the case last night. Providentially, we instead were able to capture other-worldly shots like the one above. The large thunderhead that was looming on the horizon had just enough of a break along the southern side to allow a beam of pink light to hit the lower cumulus clouds to the south. And so, for about 5 minutes I snapped furiously and just as quickly as it came, it was gone again. What an amazing display of God’s creative wonders!
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When a Cloudy Sunset Turns Into a Good Thing