Old Sweetwater

Old Sweetwater

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Sunset At Sweetwater


This is the sunset we enjoyed at Old Sweetwater as we waited for our Workshop lumber to arrive. It was chilly so I brought out two mugs of coffee. My honey and I sat on our lawn chairs where one day, we hope to have our patio to the Barn House. It almost looks like a painting, but I assure you, it was real. Are you a sunset or sunrise person?

8 comments:

Cottage Garden said...

Hello Janean, thank you for visiting my blog and for your sweet comment. Sunset or sunrise? Oh it has to be sunset ... just, or is it sunrise ... oh I love them both! Love your blog too! Jeanne

Grace @ Ruby Moon Designs said...

Sunset for sure. Although I do love getting up before light in the morning and watching to world come to life after a long nights slumber. But I think that sunsets are especially beautiful!

-Grace

Farmgirl Cyn said...

A bit of both! I am up early enough to get a good look at the sunrise, and sunset is wonderfully beautiful right outside my bedroom window.

Pondside said...

Good morning Janean. While I love a sunset, I'm more of a sunrise person, especially in the summertime.
I've had a lovely time going back over the posts I missed while I was away - caramel apples, pumpkins, sheds, old doors and......that mixer. Yes, I'm another one who has been yearning for a grown-up kitchenaid mixer. Over the past 36 years I've has several hand mixers, but I do believe I've become a 'serious' enough cook for a serious mixer!

Dogwood said...

Beautiful sunset. Love it. Great photo. We have had lots of wonderful sunsets this week with the most wonderful colors.

jade said...

Good morning dear Janean!
Oh, how beautiful - i´m a sunrise person and now i´ll take a walk with my dog Sheila and i hope, to have also such a great sunrise (here it is 6 o´clock in the morning).

Have a wonderful sunday, greetings from Bavaria, Jade

Sara said...

Wow, that is beautiful. Makes me relax just looking at it!

Dewdrop said...

Gorgeous! Yes, we have fewer trees than up in Atlanta, but we still have our share. They definitely get in the way of sky watching!