photograph taken at Bhopal M.P. an Indian state
the golden glow of the setting sun reminds poetry of Angela Wybrow.
The Setting Sun
Just before the sun starts to set, a gentle golden glow
Spreads across the weary world, way down below.
The sun has the Midas touch; a touch of pure gold,
But itís not long until the world starts to fall cold.
The sky is streaked with shades of pinks and reds,
Signalling that, tomorrow, thereís a fine day ahead.
In the late noon sky, thereís a spectacular show;
A myriad of colours, before the daylight goes.
The colours that are seen, all have a warm hue:
They look so amazing against the sky so blue.
Itís when people, from their tasks, pack away,
And has always been my favourite time of day.
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Subhogen (4067) 2013-11-28 6:51
Absolutely magical moment captured by your lens. I like the colours, the boat silhouettes, the distinct beam of sun rays. Lovely composition and interesting POV.
nickbiker (58) 2013-11-28 7:49
I love the colors and mood of this photograph. My only suggestion would be to straighten up the horizon line. A little thing, and if messes up the composition I wouldn't fool with it.