I find SUNSETS relaxing, grounding, and, as a result, stress-reducing.
Some of you are so busy that you never stopped your day to watch spectacular sunsets.
But, by the way, If you do watch and photograph sunsets, please share your photos by joining my email list at www.ottoestallworthjrmd.com.
At 17 years old, I saw the ocean for the first time in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The Atlantic Ocean and its huge sandy beaches were mesmerizing.
I arrived in Los Angeles at age 25. The stunning sunsets over the Pacific Ocean garnered my attention. I made it a point to watch whenever I could.
The sunsets showcased an ever-evolving palette of colors, shapes, and sizes. It was like watching an artist painting his or her masterpiece, then change it in one fleeting moment to another masterpiece, and then disappear, followed by the night's dark skies. The palette of colors disappears until the next show—the next day's sunset.
After I watched the sunset skies for some time, I realized no two sunsets are alike. I tried to capture those extraordinary moments with my camera.
A reminder: If you watch and photograph sunsets, please share your photos by joining my email list at www.ottoestallworthjrmd.com.