Sunset of Burnet Bay after the first cool weather of the fall – Oct 17, 2021
Sunset on Burnet Bay, August 25, 2021
Young heron watching the sunset on Burnet Bay – August 13, 2021
Raining “on” the sunset on Burnet Bay – August 12, 2021. In an otherwise clear sky, there was a large rain cloud to the west pouring rain just right of the center of the photo with the sun setting behind….
Sunset on Burnet Bay, August 6, 2021
Sunset on Burnet Bay after the rain, May 16, 2021
Brown Pelican heading home at sunset on Burnet Bay – May 7, 2021
Sunset on Burnet Bay on April 18, 2021. I am posting this sunset from a few days ago – I was busy finishing and loading up my wildflower photos so it had to wait.
Three photos of the Sunset on Burnet Bay on March 28, 2021. I captured 8 nice photos of the sunset on the glassy water surface of Burnet Bay after the rain passed through. It was hard to decide which few to post on my blog….
Simple sunset on Burnet Bay, February 19, 2021, after the big freeze…
Sunset on Burnet Bay, January 27, 2021. Cool front cleared the gray skies and provided the bands of high clouds for this sunset. The tiny rectangles on the right horizon is the city of Houston skyline.
Sunset on Burnet Bay January 22, 2021 – I took this photo with the slightly choppy water on the bay as the sun was setting above the Sam Houston Toll Road Ship Channel bridge and thought that was it for the night. Glanced up another 40 minutes later to see the water surface was calm with a nice reflection for the photo below. Amazing how quickly things can change.
Burnet Bay sunset, same day 40 minutes later (January 22, 2021)
Christmas day sunset on a calm Burnet Bay. Happy holidays!
Sunset on Burnet Bay as a cold front rolls in, Dec 13, 2020.
Sunset on Burnet Bay with Battleship Texas conning tower and Beltway 8 Bridge – Nov 22, 2020
Sunset in Lajitas, TX on Nov 9th 2020 after a small cool front blew through. Tomorrow we hike in Big Bend National Park.
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Oct 12, 2020. The skyline of Houston is on the far right horizon. On September 27th, the sun set just to the right of the Houston skyline (see 3rd photo below). In the fall and spring the sunset visually moves quite a bit across the horizon. (Photo with 300mm lens and leaning against a tree – not enough time to get a tripod)
Sunset on the San Jacinto Monument across Burnet Bay with the outer cloud bands of Hurricane Delta – Oct 9, 2020
Eight Brown Pelicans heading south on Burnet Bay at sunset. These Pelicans are conserving energy by gliding just above the surface of the water using the built up cushion of air between their wings and the water surface for additional lift. This phenomenon is called the ground effect. The US military spent much time and money attempting to do this with aircraft but found at high speed this close to the water, it was not practical to control the aircraft and keep from dipping a wing into the water and crashing . The pelicans also fly in a line – less air resistance for the ones behind the lead – they take turns being in the lead allowing the lead bird to drop back and rest. Can you find the dragonfly that found its way into the photo?
The sun setting next to the Houston skyline across Burnet Bay – Sept 27, 2020. Tomorrow, conditions permitting, the view of the sun’s position at at my location at sunset will be directly behind the buildings of downtown Houston – happens once in the fall and once in the spring each year. (photo with 300mm lens)
Sunset on Burnet Bay, August 26, 2020 – Outer rainbands of Hurricane Laura (on the “dry” side)
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Aug 25, 2020 – “The calm before the storm” (Hurricane Laura expected to arrive on the gulf coast in about a day)
Sun about to set on Burnet Bay, August 4, 2020
Two views of the Sunset on Burnet Bay, August 1, 2020: Young Heron on a piling and the layers of clouds
Sunset on Burnet Bay, July 24, 2020 – Outer storm clouds from Tropical Storm Hanna
July 18, 2020 – Sunset clouds over Burnet Bay looking south – The sunset toward the west was not that interesting but to the south there was this vertical arrangement of clouds colored by the setting sun. Did you see the heron perched on the piling in the lower middle of the photo?
Two photos of tonight’s sunset on Burnet Bay – May 29, 2020
Brown Pelicans heading home across Burnet Bay at Sunset, May 16, 2020
The sun was going down while thunderstorms passed through. This shot is 20 minutes before sunset and the sun rays were penetrating the clouds.
The sun peaks below the clouds
Five brown pelicans heading home as the sun sets behind Burnet Bay
Three phases of the same sunset – Burnet Bay on April 10, 2020
Sunset on Burnet Bay with hole in the clouds, March 7, 2020
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Feb 24, 2020
Houston Skyline with two pelicans on the water at sunset on Burnet Bay, Feb 24, 2020
Great sunset on Burnet Bay, December 4, 2019
Burnet Bay after rainstorm Sept 16, 2019
Two photos of the August 8, 2019 sunset on Burnet Bay at different times
Sunset over Burnet Bay, June 6, 2019 – Nice sunset following a bit of rain with choppy water from the wind.
New Years Eve Sunset over Burnet Bay, Dec 31, 2018 – after a dreary day, we were rewarded with this brilliant sunset to end the year. IMG_86013
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Nov 25, 2018 – Red sky in the west – You can see the skyline of Houston on the horizon
Sunset on Burnet Bay – Nov 4, 2018 – Pelicans flying just above the water during sunset.
Sunset on Burnet Bay – July 5, 2018 – Another great sunset the day after – IMG_81761.jpg
Sunset on Burnet Bay – July 4, 2018 – Great sunset after 2 inches of rain – Nature’s fireworks for the 4th! – IMG_81732.jpg
Sunset on Burnet Bay – July 4, 2018 – second photo of same sunset – IMG_81735.jpg
Lenticular Cloud in Queenstown, New Zealand, Jan 24, 2018
The flying saucer shaped Lenticular clouds are formed by the swirling eddies created by the wind passing by the mountains. This photo was taken in Queenstown looking over a portion of Lake Wakatipu
Sunset Christmas Eve, Dec 24, 2017
White Pelicans and Sunset on Burnet Bay, June 20, 2017
A small flock of white pelicans lifting off Burnet Bay at sunset – Img 65190
Sunset on Burnet Bay, June 5, 2017
After rain today this sunset presented itself – Img 65036
Houston Skyline – Burnet Bay Sunset, March 12, 2017
The sun dropped behind the city of Houston as seen across Burnet Bay -Img 62575
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Feb 7, 2017
Calm water on the bay provided a nice reflection of the sunset. Shot this image before heading off to photoclub – Img 62450
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Jan 26, 2017
Burnet Bay Sunset – Oct 9, 2016
Nice sunset after our first day of the cool, dry air of fall – IMG_61506a.jpg
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Sept 23, 2016
Tonight’s sunset after the rain was quite beautiful – Img 61495
Sunset on Burnet Bay, June 29, 2016
Nice sunset on Burnet Bay after a rain – Img 58739
Sunset on Burnet Bay, June 26, 2016
Kings Canyon Sunset – June 2, 2016
The sunset photo was taken from Montecito Sequoia Lodge – Img 58567 Monteceto Sequoia
Montecito Lake Sunset – Sequoia – May 31, 3016
Img 58268 Montecito Sequoia
Montecito Lake Sunset – June 2, 2016
Img 58587 Montecito Sequoia
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Dec 23, 2015
Sunset on Burnet Bay – IMG_52534
Burnet Bay Sunset, Dec 2, 2015
The cloudy sky finally began to clear and provide this sunset over Burnet Bay – Img 52449
Sunset on Burnet Bay, Nov 1, 2015
After 7 inches of rain, the sky clear a bit on Sunday evening to provide a welcomed sunset – Img 52423
Karin and Cat Enjoying Burnet Bay Sunset – June 28, 2015
Sunrise in Bayown, Mar 17, 2015 (not sunset…)
Sunrise this morning in Baytown – sometimes I get up early…. – Img 46820
Burnet Bay – Jan 4, 2015
Burnet Bay Sunset after multiple days of overcast skies. The structures on the horizon left of the middle are the skyscrapers of Houston – Img 44854
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