Sometimes we see nice sunsets from our bedroom, but I usually don't bother trying to photograph them. This is especially true in summer when the sunset moves to a different angle, and there are more distractions in the way.
However, in this season, the sun more or less sets behind the building directly opposite, and said building not too bad of a foreground element: not great but any port in a storm, eh.
On Sunday, I noticed, a little late, a very nice sunset that included a sun pillar, so I scrambled to get my camera and tripod. I shouldn't have bothered with the tripod and just shot with a higher ISO (film speed) because by the time I set up, the pillar was all but gone, and the rest of it was not quite as glorious either.
If you squint, you may see some last vestiges of the sun pillar over the steeple, or you may not at this resolution.