The Great Nashville Sunset – Weds Nov 18

You would have had to be dead or blind to miss the sunset that blanketed Nashville the evening of Wednesday, September 18.  It has been raining most of the day, and the storm cleared just as the sun was going down, and the resulting visuals were pretty impressive in whatever direction you looked.

The first thing I saw as I came out of “my Starbucks” in Belle Meade was the very unusual cloud formations to the east.  So I ran to the car, got my camera and a wide angle lens and started shooting.  Being in a parking lot, I didn’t have a whole lot to work with in the way of foregrounds, so I pretty much just shot the sky.

So here’s what it looked like to the east:
..and this is what it looked like to the west, looking straight into the setting sun:
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As the evening wore on, the social media lit up with photos from all over the city.  The “event” was so widely covered that the next day the Tennsseean ran a post on their website with some of the photos they’d found.
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Last night’s epic sunset in Nashville, TN
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