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NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY, Day 222: E is for Evening

evening splendor
luminous hues fill the sky
breathtaking beauty

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hosted this week by our faithful Roger 
who maintains this meme,
which was created by Mrs. Nesbitt


Leslie: said…
What an ENCHANTING shot!

abcw team
Uppal said…
Gorgeous image!
That is a wonderful choise for E Norma.

I wonder.... your last name... I see it ending with a N and a R.... would you mind telling me what it is?

Have a nice ABC-W-day / - week
♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)
Beautiful sunset.

Norma Ruttan said…
Melody- my last name is Ruttan.
thanks to Roger, Uppal and Leslie for the kind words!
Joy said…
Nice to have a treat at the end of the day like that.
Norma Ruttan said…
Hildred, thanks.
Joy, it is indeed; I never tire looking at the beauty in our world.
Trubes said…
One word Nonnie...EXQUISITE !
Thank you so much for sharing this with us,

Best wishes,
ABCW team.

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