01-11-2017 05:10 AM
01-11-2017 07:01 AM
I liked this tread so much I went to look through my archives. The first picture was made at Amsterdam Science Park, where I live, in 2015.
The second was made in Prague when I visited it last summer; after being on a train for a few hours this sunset made my day.
01-11-2017 01:23 PM
This tree, which stands all alone at the top of a hill, is one of my favourite locations to catch the ever changing beauty of a Chiang Rai sunset. Especially on hazy or part-cloudy days when textures across the sky can really come alive.
Simple pleasures and all for free - I cannot get enough of moments like these...
01-18-2017 04:19 PM - edited 01-20-2017 02:18 PM
Some moments will last in the memory forever. Photos to complement are just icing on a cake.
This here is looking out across the Mekong River from Thailand to Laos during November's supermoon.
Most mainstream media hype surrounded how large the moon would look if you managed to catch it at a certain time and in a certain way. True enough, but only half the story.
Sunset and moonrise were timed to happen within minutes of each other, meaning rays from the setting sun - given a right environment - would create the type of skyline you see here, and also a moon bathed in orange/red hue.
Everybody else present on the mountain that day was wholly preoccupied looking out to sunset. Although they missed a precious moment, you don't have to.
01-19-2017 12:49 AM - edited 01-19-2017 01:32 AM
I just love this thread so much! I keep coming back just to be in awe with the photos and experiences. Kudos to @AveR for starting this thread and keep going everyone, let's hope this goes on for a long time :)
I suggest adding a link to Maps the spot where you saw the sunrise or sunset, so everyone else in the area can check it out too.
01-19-2017 02:24 AM - edited 01-19-2017 02:25 AM
Take an aerial virtual tour over the islands in Lami Bay at sunrise. For the full virtual tour with aerial video, click here.