In Fall, when the infamous St. Anna winds coming from the high deserts bring with them very fine dust which floats in the atmosphere. These particles disperse the light at sunsets. My house is at the 1700 ft elevation from the sea level surrounded by trees. As the sunset fell, the western windows turned orange-red and by the time I got my camera out I had no time but to set it in P mode and take about 9 shots. This was #7 image with the yellow disk of the Sun had just dipped below the horizon.