right on interstate 176 headed north toward Reading just after the Pennsylvania Turnpike interchange where the land beyond the highway drops away into a valley and you can see for miles. I have often thought about how a sunset would look from there, but was never there at the right time, until this past weekend. A summer thunderstorm had rolled through a few hours before leaving just a crack above the horizon for the Sun to peek through and light the underside of the diminishing weather pattern. It was dumb luck I was passing at the time. The colors were only there for a few minutes, five at the most, and to see it I had to look behind me because I was traveling the opposite direction. I’m glad I was there to catch it.
Nikon D800 Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 @ 36mm f/16 ISO 100 .4 sec