Seven Day Nature Photo: Day Seven- Day’s End

I was nominated by my friend Gilly, the very lucid Gypsy, to take part in a challenge of a photo per day for seven days, of anything from the natural world. Today is the final day, phew! It’s been a fun experience, but 7 days is enough, I have other fish to fry! Plus, I’m in danger of not getting everything done in the real world…

On this final day,  I have reached evening in my ‘time’ series. so here goes for a sunset seen from my kitchen window…I never tire of watching these.

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As with yesterday, I would like to nominate any of my followers and readers who would like to take up this challenge!

Many thanks to everyone who has commented not only on the posts in this challenge, but all my other posts…it really is great to get comments rather than likes…but I know it is a time thing!

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31 comments

  1. wonderful photo, Sue

  2. Lovely sunset, Sue. Well done on completing the challenge. 🙂

  3. A fitting end to the challenge, Sue. You responded well, and I am only sorry that I was unable to accept your invitation. (Still rough tonight…)
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. A lovely vale to the challenge and the day – dusk and dawn aren’t really part of my repertoire (although I always intend that they should be) so I’ve enjoyed vicarious pleasures.

  5. Lucky you having a sunset window 🙂 thanks for taking part Sue, it was one of the nicer challenges, but still very time consuming!

  6. Congratulations Sue on ending with a beautiful and very appropriate photo. Phew indeed it is time consuming…

  7. Your kitchen window has got lovely possibilities, Sue. Thank you for letting us in on the views. And thank you for inviting me to this challenge – I have really enjoyed it. In fact, I think more than any other challenge…ever. Simply my cup of tea.

  8. Sonel

    What a lovely sight from your kitchen window Sue! Stunning shot and that is a beautiful tree indeed. 😀 ♥

  9. Awwh! Lovely day’s end. 🙂

  10. Beautiful Sue! Envious of that view from your kitchen window 🙂

  11. What a fantastic kitchen view you have … I wish you many days with endings like this. Fantastic image.

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