We came out of the resort restaurant Monday night and the ocean was this beautiful pink! The sun sets around 8:30 in Myrtle Beach. Of course the beach faces the east. I had my phone and snapped these photos. They were not altered in any way! I took the elevator to our condo on the 17th floor and looked out to the west. This glorious fireball sun was behind the clouds. Quite a contrast from the soft, silky pink on the other side.
I should note that the pink sea photos were taken at 8:36 and 8:37, and the fireball sun was taken at 8:41 pm.
copyright Toni Hooper 2018
It is autumn in Tennessee. Beautiful, crisp, cool, autumn is truly breathtaking. The trees of the fall here are bathed in the hot, sensuous, fire like colors of red, orange and gold. Their fiery energy dominates the landscape on a cold autumn morning. My attention today however, was drawn to this beautiful patch of flowers. What color are they anyway? Pink, fuchsia, pepto bismol pink? They were absolutely gorgeous and quit refreshing in a park full of red and gold. Sometimes it’s good to be different and to stand out in a crowd. Listen to your own voice. Be yourself and don’t let anyone tell you how you should be, look, or act. Sometimes you just gotta be pink in a sea of gold!