Hammock sunset

Hammock sunset — Camped above ‘Deep Hollow’ January 2024.

Sunset, Pine Bluff, Arkansas

Sunset, Pine Bluff, Arkansas — Ginger insisted that we stop to watch the sunset. I’m glad we did. It was a good one! Note: the cloud lines were straight, but this extreme wide-angle (180+°) view makes them curved.

Sunset at Sea Rim State Park, Texas

Sunset at Sea Rim State Park, Texas — When it got dark, we found out why we had the beach to ourselves — hordes of ferocious mosquitoes.

Sunset at Sea Rim State Park, Texas

Sunset at Sea Rim State Park, Texas — When it got dark, we found out why we had the beach to ourselves — hordes of ferocious mosquitoes.

Harbinger

Harbinger — The yellow light at sunset is a warning of the incoming storm.

Camped at the end of Day Two

Camped at the end of Day Two — I prefer camping on ridges instead of down in the hollows. The downside is having to carry a lot of extra water up the ridge. Note my big mistake of the night. I didn’t set my tarp.

Dusk at Hercules Glades Wilderness and some Shenanigans on the trail

Dusk at Hercules Glades Wilderness and some Shenanigans on the trail — On the Pilot (Tower) Trail at Hercules Glades Wilderness. Definitely time to turn on my headlamp. No more pictures, because — darkness — but my night hike was not without incident, and you’ll have to read the full post to find out what happened. 10-minute read.

Sunset Glow

Sunset Glow — On the Pilot (Tower) Trail at Hercules Glades Wilderness. I’m going to have to turn on my headlamp soon.

Sunset on the trail

Sunset on the trail — Five minutes into my hike and the sun has almost dropped below the horizon.

Twilight at Piney Creek Wilderness

Twilight at PIney Creek Wilderness.

Day One – Piney Creek Sunset

Piney Creek Sunset – Three nights, four days relaxing by the lake in Piney Creek Wilderness. September 2022. One-minute read

A brilliant sunset and I’m in the wrong place to see it

A brilliant sunset and I’m in the wrong place to see it – My cell phone camera was not up to the job of capturing it.

Sundown at Hercules Glades, looking southeast

Sundown at Hercules Glades, looking southeast – Hiking in today, I realized that I could attend my meeting the next morning if I could get a good cell signal. So off I set in search of a decent signal. Two-minute read, +2

Day Two – Piney Creek lakeside vistas

Day Two – Piney Creek lakeside vistas. I never tire of the play of light on the trees here. +2

Clouds

Clouds – I was hoping for a nice, as in flaming oranges and yellows, sunset. It didn’t happen, but this cloud formation and an otter made up for it. One-minute read

Little Paddy Creek on the short cut between the South & North Loops

Little Paddy Creek on the short cut between the South & North Loops. Incorrect maps, and assisting some misplaced riders. Three-minute read, +3

Buck Hollow in the evening light

Buck Hollow in the evening light. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two.

Sunset at Piney Creek Wilderness

Sunset at Piney Creek Wilderness. Piney Creek Wilderness – Day Two. 2 pictures

Stormy sunset

Stormy sunset – Piney Creek Wilderness – Day One.

Sunset after the rain

Sunset after the rain – Camped on ‘Cab Creek’. Day One, Hercules Glades, Pees Hollow Trail.

Sunset from the bluffs

Sunset from the bluffs

Sunset at the North Fork River

Sunset at the North Fork River. 2 pictures

Sunset and ripples

Sunset and ripples – Sunset at the North Fork River.

Sunset at Piney Creek Wilderness

Sunset at Piney Creek Wilderness.

Fishermen in the dusk

Fishermen in the dusk.