Hurrah! It’s time for another road trip. Today I’m starting the 27 hours of driving time to go from our house to that of friends back in Naperville, where I’ll spend a week and a half visiting people and places. Thankfully the gas shortages aren’t in the area through which I’ll be traveling. Since it’s a travel day, here’s a photo from a trip going the opposite direction on a night I stopped in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the sunset view from my room.

As usual when I’m traveling, I’ll respond to comments but probably won’t be doing much online visiting. I might even update you periodically and who knows, I might come across some purples along the way. 🙂

for Life in Colour: purple

  1. Dan Antion says:

    Travel safely, Janet.

  2. beth says:

    I love the purple

  3. Sue says:

    Happy travels, Janet!

  4. What a sky! Safe journey!!

  5. Toonsarah says:

    Great sunset! Safe travels and have a good trip 🙂 Coincidentally I have friends in Naperville too, although I’ve never visited them 😆

  6. scr4pl80 says:

    Have fun! Take lots of pictures (I know you will!). Be safe. This sky is stunning.

    • So far, so good, Madison. Made it to Texas today, even though I had to drive for quite some time through a very bad rainstorm where it was practically pitch black. Not exactly like living in Arizona. LOL.

  7. JT Twissel says:

    Reminds me of a painting by Edward Hopper. Great shot!

  8. Heyjude says:

    Ah, missed this one. I haven’t heard of Naperville. Which state? Drive safely!
    Oh, and that’s a magnificent sky.

    • Naperville’s in Illinois, part of the Chicago metropolitan area. Not much in the way of skies so far this trip except for clouds, clouds, and more clouds ranging from light grey to last night’s almost pitch black. 😦 But that one in Albuquerque was quite something and lovely to see after a long day.

  9. Wow! That is an amazing sky! I hope you have a good trip.

  10. Hammad Rais says:

    This is really so amazingly scenic. Definitely once-in-a-lifetime experience 🙂

  11. Prior... says:

    How could you “not” photograph a sky like this ?

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