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I live in the cauldron of an extinct volcano, and our sunsets tend to be very dramatic. We don't get the slow and gradual sunsets but instead it's very fast and intense. This particular evening we had thunderstorms rolling around. The low lying clouds and the bright colors on the higher clouds were too beautiful to pass up. The entire town was covered in darkness, creating an even more dramatic end to the day.
The funny part about this picture is I ended up face-planting on the ground. This was taken in front of my house, and the walk from the front door (which we don't use) to the street is about two or three inches higher than the ground around it. I was coming around to get the right angle and my shoe caught the end. My knee, thigh, shoulder, and hands lost the fight, and now I'm dealing with a nasty looking raspberry (or road rash) on my knee/thigh. I didn't get the shot, but this is good enough.
THIS IS NOT STOCK!!!