Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Santa Monica Sunset

16 comments:

Belle de Ville said...

Amazing how the smoke makes the sunset even more dramatic.

Sam said...

Classic photos!! They remind me of Hawaii!

Mary-Laure said...

BELLE DE VILLE - well, nature here in So Cal is as beautiful as it is unforgiving...

A World in a PAN said...

I miss those tall slim palm trees, and the blue sky, and the ocean.

Beth said...

Pictures of sunsets never fail to bring forth the “ahh...” response.
Beautiful.

Spangler Cummings said...

You are such a great artist! And, because of you I will only try the chocolate muffins at Rockenwagner.
Thanks for the tip.

Mary-Laure said...

A WORLD IN A PAN - and I miss you...

Joyce said...

Very beautiful sunset and photos! Enjoy- xoxo

Hey Harriet said...

Nothing like a gorgeous sunset! These are wonderful!

gracia said...

Sunset pinks and golds coupled with the silhouette of a strip of palms... yes, wonderful, wonderful. Here's to the end of (your) summer and the crunch of leaves underfoot.

briannelee said...

So pretty! I love palm trees.

natsumi nishizumi said...

These are beautiful photos! I love to watch sunset!!
Do you live near beach?

sealaura said...

lovely cali pictures. too bad about all the smoke around us though :(

your yoga everyday tweet has inspired me, I think I might give it a go this fall.

Mel said...

Sun, palmtree's...Yes please!!!
Send me some sunshine, here it is raining cat&dogs.
THNX for the sweet compliments! I will be posting a little post about the farm next week.
Love your blog it's very inspiring.
-M

Couture Carrie said...

Gorgeous, darling!

xoxox,
CC

Mary-Laure said...

GRACIA - here in California, we don't really have a crunchy-leaf, golden and brown fall... A pity, really!

NATSUMI-SAN - yes, I only live 6 blocks away from the ocean, so it's a 5-mn walk. That's one of the reasons I chose this apartment.

SEALAURA - do keep me updated on your yoga efforts!

MEL - well, with the raging fires here, we could use some rain. The earth is parched, and our water reserves are very low...
Wishing for the rain...