The last sunlight of the day splashes gold onto the West End of Downtown Dallas.
Galveston Bay, Texas, as seen from the deck of the Carnival Triumph.
The sun sets on the 1.5-mile-wide strip of land that is Galveston Island, Texas.
The sun sets behind the refineries of Texas City on the shoreline of Galveston Bay.
A railroad bridge, in the foreground, is overwhelmed by the massive arch and cables of Dallas’ Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge as the sun sets over the DFW Metroplex.
The sun sets in Dallas in this shot of bridges and power lines in the Trinity River corridor.
Working on the stage for Taste Addison at Addison Circle Park, Texas.
A portable air-conditioning unit being setup to cool Oktoberfest tents at Addison Circle Park, Addison, Texas.
The sun sets on Las Vegas, giving golden hues to The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
The sun sets behind electric towers in Far North Dallas.
The sun sets on January 7th, 2009 behind DFW International Airport.
The sun setting over the western half of the Metroplex on August 7, 2008. Incidentally, this is the 365th photo on my photoblog, so you have enough to make a daily calendar now.
The sun sets over the Laguna Madre, South Padre Island, Texas. This shot was taken with a point-and-shoot Olympus and may not be the highest quality image ever.
A companion to my October 3, 2007 post. Once again, White Rock Lake, Dallas.
The sun setting as seen from my house earlier this evening.
The sun setting over the western part of the Texas Metroplex earlier this evening.
The sun setting west of my apartment earlier this evening.
I shot this a few months back as the sun set over White Rock Lake in Dallas.
The sun setting a couple of weeks ago, as seen from my balcony.
Sometimes the view of the sunset from my apartment treats me to a symphony of light and color. This is one such recent event.