As a geeky wide angle landscape boy, I always rush out to locations in search of the perfect sunset. I always am anxious and ambitious to find an amazing sunset right away. Texas a few weeks ago was just amazing with their clouds and sunsets, but hard to find a good foreground. It’s frustrating wasting a good sunset, but the one thing it taught me was patience. Someday if I’m patient, humble and willing I will catch the perfect sunset. My fear is that I may have already found the perfect sunset, but have lost it. “Will there be more sunsets?” Of course. But you’d hate to let an amazing sunset’s colors and magic just fade away into the night.
No, this isn't Texas. I was just making a reference that Texas has good sunsets. This is Mono Lake in the eastern Sierras of California.