Thursday, May 10, 2007


Sunset from our porch is always spectacular. The house faces east toward the island of Culebra and the U.S. Virgin Islands, so we never see the sun actually set... but we almost always have a colorful light show on the clouds as the evening begins and the coquis begin their crazy chirping.
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La puesta del sol desde nuestra veranda es siempre espectacular. La casa esta orientada hacia el este con una vista de la isla de Culebra y las Islas Virgenes de los EEUU, entonces nunca vemos la puesta actual ... pero casi siempre tenemos un estreno maravilloso de colores y luces en las nubes mientras empieza la noche y los coquis cantan su serenata loca.

3 comments:

vivien said...

that is just gorgeous !

drb said...

I envy this view. I live among tall oak trees, a plus, but sunsets are filtered at best.

I've been keeping up with your blog, especially enoyed the pineapple and 'La Garita de San Juan'.

Diane Cutter said...

Thank you, Vivien and DRB. I have often thought of doing a plein aire of these sunsets (and sunrises) but when it is actually in the proces... all I want to do is absorb the beauty.