Things are drying out and skies are perfect for sunsets. I spend more time sky watching these days thankful for dry weather. On the east coast sunsets tend to be more colorful in fall and winter because the air is cleaner and drier.
Though sunsets look dramatic to us I sometimes like to imagine how they might appear to insect eyes. Since they see ultraviolet maybe most evening skies are really dramatic to them. Whether they stop to admire it is a different story.
This was shot with a telephoto lens which compressed the clouds. I underexposed slightly to avoid blowing out the bright yellow in the upper right. In the fading light the mountains are just silhouettes, almost like shadows of the clouds.