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Beachy Evenings (in which you are inundated with sunset pictures)

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My favorite person took me to the beach this weekend. We detoured first to Captain Sundaes, since he knows the way to my heart is first through a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup flurry.

Lake MI Sunset Kenny Annie

It was one of the first actually warm days here in West Michigan, and though Kenny had to study for law school exams during the day, we took full advantage of the temps at night.

Lake MI Sunset April 27

I will never get sick of a Lake Michigan sunset.

Lake MI Sunset April 27

Each sumset is entirely different from all the rest, entirely unique; each seeking to bring glory to their majestic Creator.

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Words are inadequate–or unnecessary–on nights like these, so we mainly enjoyed the sky in silence.

All in all, a perfect evening.

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5 thoughts on “Beachy Evenings (in which you are inundated with sunset pictures)

  1. beautiful pictures đŸ™‚

  2. Great photos! Also, how on earth is it possible to take a selfie where BOTH of you guys look great. Nicely done. Oh and those sunsets are gorgeous. Glad you got to enjoy them.

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