And even though most of my visits lately have been helping parents and not your typical Florida beach vacation, I've tried to make it to the beach for those famous Gulf Coast sunsets every chance I can. Sometimes it's been cloudy or doesn't look to be a promising sunset, but I still drive over to give it a shot. Almost all of these sunset and beach pics were taken at Bonita Beach, Florida.
No matter how many times I've seen the sun set on the Gulf Coast, I've never seen the infamous Green Flash. The myth of the Green Flash suggests that on a clear day, just after the sun dips below the horizon, there is a green flash. I've seen a photo of it - but never seen it in person. Some people claim to watch the sunset every day and have only seen the Green Flash a few times. I'll keep watching sunsets and hope to see it someday!
Sunset is one of my favorite times of day. And on a beach is a one of my favorite ways to watch the sun slip past the horizon and applaud another day.
How about you? Where is your favorite place to watch a sunset? Or are you more of a sunrise person? And, have you ever seen the Green Flash?
This post is part of a link-up with: Travel Photo Thursday at Budget Travelers Sandbox, The Weekly Postcard at Travel Notes and Beyond, Weekend Travel Inspiration