The Sun is the most prominent feature in our solar system. Even at 149,597,900 km. away from Earth, it is a spectacular view from sunrise to sunset.
Stunning view of the Sun over the sea. Interesting Note: Generally speaking, seven out of ten red sunsets usually indicate good weather in northern climates.
Crepuscular rays illuminate half of the sky in Antarctica.
A Bering Sea sunset from the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Ship BROWN BEAR.
Beautiful sunset takes place off Napili Bay, which is located in Maui, Hawaii.
Pictured above is a sunset off the Massachusetts coast.
Peaks of the Sun are seen through the Clouds, in this photograph showing a sunrise near Ketchikan.
Pictured above is a sunset, which is viewed in the stunning eye of a hurricane.
A gulf crew boat is shown above silhouetted in a sunset, off the Gulf of Mexico, offshore of Cameron.River SunsetSunset in War - Iraq
Twilight over mountain peak
Sunset over Maine
Cloud bank at twilight
Rare, rainbow effect of sun shining through ice crystals
Moon rise over Antartica
Dawn on the gantry
Twilight and moon rise
Firey Sunset on clouds
He goeth down and is reflected in the waters
Sunset and moon rise
Glorious going down
Rainbow's arc punctuated by lightening
Lightening at sunset.
Lightening strike at sunset
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