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{October 2, 2011}   Weekly Photo Challenge:SUNSET

Picture Courtesy of Windows XP Desktop

Yes, this was a picture that came from my computer and not my own, but it’s a pretty Sunset, isn’t it? 🙂

The rest of the pictures are my very own, though!

Picture my husband had in the newspaper last October

Picture of a Sunset back in July

And as an added bonus; Because this theme reminded me of a beautiful song I actually sang once when I was in A.C. Singers, here is the chorus of “Sunrise, Sunset” from Fiddler on the Roof.

Sunrise, sunset (x2),
Swiftly flow the days.

Seedlings turn overnight to sunflowers,
Blossoming even as we gaze.

Sunrise, sunset (x2),
Swiftly fly the years,
One season following another,
Laiden with happiness and tears.


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