Saturday, March 7, 2009

Sunset Point, Mt. Nebo



The picture above was taken at Sunset Point in Mt. Nebo State Park, Arkansas, back in November, 2006. Sunset Point provides views of some of the grandest sunsets we have seen.

Betsy and I will be going to Mt. Nebo this week to get in some hiking, searching for waterfalls, and viewing the sunrises and sunsets. Along the way we'll also celebrate my birthday.

I hope you have a great week. We'll be back next Sunday.

16 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Hey,hope you have a Happy Birthday.
Blessings,Ruth

Pat - Arkansas said...

Gorgeous! Have a safe and enjoyable trip. Happy Birthday!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

The waterfalls must be at the base I am assuming, or are you one a foothill of the bigger mound?

Angel.Pearls said...

Great sunset!//Eva

Reader Wil said...

Have a wonderful week! Thanks for your visit!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I can see why you want to go back. ;-) Happy birthday!

Kathy said...

Happy Birthday George!!!!!!!!!!

Bryan said...

That is quite the fiery sunset. I hope you have a grand, adventurous birthday filled with even grander sunsets and rises than this one.

Hilda said...

I wish you more sunsets this beautiful during you vacation and birthday! Just glorious!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

BTW, happy birthday George.

The Birdlady said...

Beautiful!

happyone said...

You've captured a beauty of a sunset! Gorgeous colors.

Carrizo said...

Happy Birthday.

The sunset is so gorgeus. Very good shot!

The Tile Lady said...

Wow! What a gorgeous sunset! Glad you and Betsy are going back to this lovely spot...hope you have a wonderful birthday! My husband and I always loved hiking but now I have bad knees and chronic fatigue synd. and it's a lot harder for me. I have been walking the three blocks to church on Sundays (well, actually I cheat by taking a short-cut and making it more like two blocks) and that's really a lot for me, but I need the exercise badly! I miss those good-old-days! Hiking is not only wonderful exercise, but you can be so close to nature, and I really did love it!

Tarolino said...

The isolation of this place and the colour of the sky against those mountains are all so enchanting. A picture that spurs on my imagination.

Today's Blah... said...

wow, this is for real. i love the colors in it esp the pinkish tinge. so beautiful.