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Weather Moving In Over the Tucson Mountains: 3D Sunset

3D Sunset: Mike in Tucson, AZ mortgage lender

~ Weather moving in over the Tucson Mountains: 3D Sunset ~

Sunstreet Mortgage, LLC: Mike in Tucson, AZ mortgage lenderAfter nearly 15 years in Tucson, you might think that I'd get jaded to these sunsets.  Some do. Not me!

The lights had just blinked on when I left the office this evening.  The view of the sky over Sunstreet Mortgage, LLC's Tucson offices is northeast.  You can see it was clear.

To the west, though, a front was rolling in from California.  They're promising rain this evening, and I knew that the setting sun was going to provide me with blog fodder.

I stopped at Starbucks for a fresh cup of coffee, and to kill about half an hour so that I could be on top of the hill west of Speedway and Silverbell at sunset.

Don't you love it when a plan comes together?  It's not often that you'll see sunlight beaneath and above the clouds at the same time.  The result seems three dimensional.

It never gets old.  Thanks for stopping by for a smile at the end of your day!

 

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I'm Mike in Tucson, your preferred Tucson Arizona Mortgage Lender.

NMLS #223495

 



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Offices (AZ) Mesa, Tucson, Sierra Vista, and Nogales.

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