Bridget and I are camped at Corvina Beach Campground which is part of the Salton Sea State Recreation Area.
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Bridget and I have made our home at the Salton Sea for a week and every night we’ve been given a wonderful sunset. Each sunset conveys a different mood or “personality.” Here’s an example from a few days ago.
I’ve posted several in my Salton Sea posts lately. I don’t try to make the sunsets what they aren’t. In other words, I don’t use “color boost” or “saturation” or “glow” or any of the other photo enhancers. I straighten the horizon, crop the photo for composition, put a frame around it, and slap it into the post.
It’s hard to believe these are real.
I assure you that what you see below is the real deal. This is yesterday’s sunset soon after the sun disappears behind the mountains on the other side of the Sea.
Suddenly the world is awash with purple and pink!
I stand in awe.
Why did I sell my house and give up most of my possessions?
Why did I choose to live in a little trailer to travel from place to place?
What single reason can I give?
It’s difficult to come up with one reason because there are many convincing reasons for living as a nomad in this beautiful country.
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