What’s up with this beautiful sunset in island countries?
Sunset has been exquisite in the Philippines, almost every evening ever since I got here. In Panay, Guimaras, Negros and Malapascua; the sunset continuously surprised me over last two weeks. The last place I saw a series of great sunset was Borneo, Malaysia. Is this an island thing? The surrounding water and climate makes this exquisite scene? The complex combination of the colours doesn’t look very to me, who grew up in a city. Orange, pink, purple, blue, yellow and the ones in between… they are outstanding.
Even though the time of sunset is the toughest time for me to go outside (if you often be a venerable victim of mosquitos, you know what I’m saying), I enjoyed this special time. I got painful stretches and mosquito bites all over the body (and the ones in beach are strong!), I think it was worth the trouble.
Here are a few photos of exquisite sunset I’ve seen for last two weeks.
12 thoughts on “Runaway Photo: Exquisite Sunset in the Philippines”
Beautiful! I don’t have a fat bank account but always make sure to spend to go somewhere where there’s a pretty sunset waiting for me. 🙂
Yes, watching sunset is free! 🙂
Sunset is very amazing view specially in beach. Thanks for sharing beautiful photos of sunset in the Philippines.
Siquijor has got one of the most beautiful sunsets in the Philippines. During sunsets, the horizon turns into red. Maybe that’s why they call it the Island of Fire. Siquijor is a mystical island because of the mystic traditions the island is associated with. You should visit Siquijor if you like spectacular sunsets on the beach.
OMG toooooo beautiful!!!!!!!
Thanks Andi! It really was!
“Sunset at Guimaras Island” is absolutely spectacular. Seeing the waves up close like that is really nice.
The Philippines really did have some magnificent sunsets–some of the best in the world.
Amazing sunsets Juno, thanks for sharing. We have some pretty amazing ones here in Edinburgh too but those on the beach are fantastic. And yes a wonderful free wonder of the world 🙂