Galilee Glow. Photography And Text By Keith R Wahl
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As a photographic genre, sunsets are not a subject that I particularly seek out. But, if I am out with a camera at sunset, I do not reject the opportunity either. I enjoy the beauty of serendipity, too.
I have sometimes struggled with the fascination with sunsets. They are always beautiful. They offer a great deal of visual variety. They have universal appeal.
My philosophical sense tends to focus on the universal appeal of sunset (or sundown). It is something that we seem to interpret as a personal occurrence. Yet, except for a small part of the planet at certain times of the year, it is something we all understand.
My conclusion is that we appreciate the sunsets for reasons of experience. Sunsets are a way to encounter personal experiences of beauty together as a race of humans. We should seek out and share more sunsets whether they are our genre or not. The beauty of sunsets encourages harmony amongst humanity.
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