I believe everyone's had the opportunity to see the sunset at least once in their lifetime. I would like to share my thoughts on sunsets. When the sun goes down, that "day" has officially ended. It's a day that you can never get back. What ever happened on that day only remains in your memory. I, like most people, will take pictures of sunsets whenever I have the opportunity. Some of my best sunset memories have been sitting with my family on a cliff at Grand Canyon National Park, in Paris right next to the Eiffel Tower, and on a cruise ship in the Gulf of Mexico. Recently, while I was giving class to my son in Venezuela, he stopped me during the lesson due to the bright sunset over the Andes Mountains ("DAD LOOK"). We could clearly see it from the window. It was one of those special moments where I stopped everything and just enjoyed that time with him. That day is gone now but the memory of that special moment will forever be with me. Luckily, we live in an age of technology so that special moments like sunsets can be recorded. Unfortunately, we never know which sunset will be our last. My advice, make every day a great day, and try to make it a sunset memory! Thanks for reading. Check out The Warden Family sunset pictures below. Please share your best sunset memory in the comments section.