All around the Canadian Rockies, forest fires fill the sky with smoke at this time of year, most of which are the inevitable result of the dry climate and spectacular lightning storms. Tonight the smoke from the fires drifted across the setting sun making stunning red stripes as it dipped toward the horizon, leaving me compelled to make an image. After doing so I thought of other sunsets that had me chasing an image without an associated landscape and decided I could add these to my series 5 page. It's surprising just how often we shoot the same thing and yet find great differences in that thing, sunset it seems, is no different. I also added a series of colourful garden birds to the existing collection, so click the link above and check out my small series project.
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