Traveling the backroads out of Bangor, Maine bound for Quebec City, we arrived early evening at a small town across the Canadian border called Saint Georges. As we “landscape photographers” often do, we get antsy around sunset wondering what the sun is going to do. I noticed the skies were starting to light up colors, while we were busy getting a room for the night. I knew there wasn’t much time to find a spot to take advantage of these fleeting moments. I ushered everyone to the car and started racing down the road looking for a vantage point to photograph this most amazing, blazing sunset that was unfolding in front of us. I saw a river, thinking, “that might work”, and started looking for a hot spot. I hurried from the car and quickly set up my tripod, as I was running to the river. “A pictures speaks a thousand words,” and I walked away satisfied that this night, this sunset is now forever etched in cyberspace.