Goose Lake Prairie State Natural Area sunset
A Goose Lake Prairie State Natural Area sunset near Morris, Illinois is a great spot to view this daily phenomenon. With unobstructed views for miles with nothing but tallgrass prairie and a few trees, one can see for miles. It helps to have a sunset framed over a picturesque glacial pond.
Usually a sunset gets better and better as the sun descends, but this was as good as it got during this hike as a bank of low laying thunder clouds hung on the horizon. The sun reflected off of these clouds and then disappeared behind the dark mass.
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Beautiful shot! Love capturing the sun at sunset and dusk with clouds. A storm approaching too, love it. Looks so peaceful.
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Unfortunately, the low laying clouds blocked the sunset, but at least it did not rain.