I once lived a few years in a landlocked town where there were no sunsets. The sun would set and the light fade to black, but no color would ever show. Growing up in Santa Barbara where technicolor sunsets seemed nearly as common as the sun itself, I remember how strikingly noticeable their absence was to me at the time. It was one of the many natural splendors found in this corner of California that I had always taken for granted.
Matilija Creek Headwaters Foggy Sunset
Refugio Beach Sunset and Moonrise