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My cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunset

My cheap digital camera picks up some of the glowing pinks and blues of this Mojave National Preserve sunset Riding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseThumbnailsI'm enjoying the fleeting sunset along Kelbaker Road as I slowly approach the summit, looking back to the cinder conesRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseThumbnailsI'm enjoying the fleeting sunset along Kelbaker Road as I slowly approach the summit, looking back to the cinder conesRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseThumbnailsI'm enjoying the fleeting sunset along Kelbaker Road as I slowly approach the summit, looking back to the cinder conesRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseThumbnailsI'm enjoying the fleeting sunset along Kelbaker Road as I slowly approach the summit, looking back to the cinder conesRiding up Kelbaker Road in the sunset is pleasant; of course, it helps that there is no traffic, which is often the caseThumbnailsI'm enjoying the fleeting sunset along Kelbaker Road as I slowly approach the summit, looking back to the cinder cones

Still pedalling heartily up the gentle hill here on Kelbaker Road, thinking about places over yonder that I've visited, and some which I haven't been to yet.