Everything being equal, our fall sunset is beautiful

I’ve chronicled the position of rising and setting sun for the winter and summer solstice since my dear wife Karen have moved to A Bitty Better in the Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville.

Yes, I did so from the Little Bitty in the Syracuse neighborhood of Eastwood before the move, too.

I did these landmark times in our lives.

Today it’s the Equinox.


Daylight and nighttime, let’s call it a draw.

Tree line.

When I went out (OK, a day or so early) to check the positioning of the sun’s hello to the day in the backyard at a bit after 7 a.m., I discovered that the kiss with the horizon is blocked by the tree line on the neighbor’s east side of the fence.

Thanks for another stellar fall day.

That night, though, right around 7 p.m., I met a glorious moment before goodbye in the parking lot next to the Salina Town Hall across the street.

Let it glow.

Beautiful it is, tucked over by Onondaga Lake.

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