I took a lot of photos.
I was fortunate to be arriving home just as the sunset neared its peak. So I was able to use one of Roundtop's snowmaking ponds as the foreground for the photos. The sunset reflected off the ice on the pond, heightening and extending the colors in the sky. I was lucky in this, too. Because the ponds are the source of water for snowmaking, they are rarely iced in. The recent cold spell helped keep some ice on the pond even so.
And one nice thing about the sunset is that it lasted quite a bitj longer than the sunrise, which was also lovely. That didn't last very long, though. The sunset went on for minutes, growing ever deeper in color as the minutes went on.
Eventually, as we all know, all good things come to an end, but even the last gasp of the sun's setting was glorious.
I wish you could have been here.
I hope your own sky embarrasses you with riches.