Sun Set

This photo was taken when I was on short getaway last weekend. Quality wise, it’s not the best photo I have during the trip – heck, it’s not even good technical wise – as I didn’t bring along my DSLR and tripod. What I had with me was a small compact camera just so that I could just take some simple photos while truly enjoy my break. With visible noise appears in the photo, I’m not surprised at all as it was shot handheld at ISO800. Yes… I really don’t give a hoot about those pesky noise (bite me, you noise freak!)

What I enjoyed most during that moment is the serene feeling while watching the sun set. It’s something that I’ve been longing for since my Langkawi trip. Something to keep my sanity in check. And I can’t wait to be back there again… just to be in peace for a while.



2 Comments

  1. I can totally relate to you on the wonders of sunsets. The first time I actually paid attention to a sunset was at Cotteslow Beach in Western Australia. I just cannot help but be amazed by how FAST it happened !! In a matter of 1-2 minutes…. the entire sun just vanished into the horizon, and bright day became dark real fast.
    It was breathtaking of course, and ever since, I have fallen in love with sunsets !! I would return to the beach again and again, and I even made one final visit the day before I returned to Malaysia, just for the sunset.

  2. Robin : Yeah man. The duration is short but yet watching sunset brings some sort of calm feeling…