I named this image of the Arizona horizon, taken at sunset, "Sundowner" because the term originated from migrant sheep shearers arriving too late in the day to get any work done--but still wanting board and lodging.
In my case, I was with friends and we were literally "chasing the light" last weekend to get to a place where we could photograph the Superstition Mountains during "the golden hour." We were running behind and literally made it just-in-time for a couple of quick shots before the light was gone. This image was taken just after the sun set.... I love how the Saguaros are so stately against the twilight sky.
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