“Get outside. Watch the sunset. How does that make you feel? Does it make you feel big or tiny? Because there’s something good about feeling both.” Amy Grant
The third week of July has been designated as National Sunset Week. Celebrating, experiencing, and capturing awestruck sunsets has rendered me speechless over the years. As a photographer, I have never seen the same sunset twice.
In honor of National Sunset Week, here are ten reasons to grab a blanket and bathe in the sunset.
1. VERMILION CLIFFS, ARIZONA
2. PALOS VERDES, CALIFORNIA
3. BLANDING, UTAH
4. DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, CALIFORNIA
5. MINGUS MOUNTAIN, ARIZONA
6. ZUMA BEACH, CALIFORNIA
7. LOCUST POINT, ARIZONA
8. LAKE HAVASU, ARIZONA
9. SANTA CRUZ ISLAND, CALIFORNIA
10. LAKE POWELL, ARIZONA