While out biking in my usual Marigondon Beach, Suba-Basbas, Guerillero, Quezon National Highway route, I had to do a detour when I reached Suba Basbas Elementary School because I saw a really rounded setting sun. Unfortunately, the school was already closed so I had no vantage point. I thus just drove around until I reached this spot.
I was a little late because the sun was already almost halfway on the horizon when I arrived so I had no choice but to keep on snapping photos in Auto mode.
Here’s my favorite from this set.
Don’t you love how this tree provided an interesting backdrop to this fiery sunset? The tree is a frangipani and it’s almost in full bloom so I plan to visit it again to take photos of its flowers.
By the way, here’s a zoomed-in shot of the rounded sun.
Sunsets have been so fiery lately and perhaps it is because it’s summer.
When I couldn’t see the sun anymore, I decided to head home and chanced on these orange clouds at Guerrillero.
All photos taken using my Sony Cyber-shot Digital Camera RX 100 II.
Wow! These are fantastic shots. Thank you so much for sharing this lovely evening gift you found. Absolutely gorgeous!
Thank you, Tina. 🙂
beautiful sunset indeed – that’s a luxury to witness such beauty 🙂
Love your photos!
Thank you. And thanks too for dropping by!