I could tell from the way the sun shone above Nerang River at Neddy Harper Park that the park would be a perfect spot for sunset watching. And so after spending half my afternoon at Cascades Gardens, I headed back to Neddy Harper Park to catch the sunset.
I love sunsets (and sunrises too) so wherever I travel, I make it a point to include sunset-watching in my itinerary. And as always, I wasn’t disappointed.
Just look at how this perfectly rounded sun looked like a full moon.
As the sun descended, people at the once busy park stopped what they were doing to admire the sunset, like this guy who stopped skateboarding to enjoy the views.
I sat behind him, all the while envious of his prime spot. A lady stopped jogging and asked if it was all right to stand on the bench I was sitting on so she could get a better view. I said yes, sharing that I did the same thing a while back. We both laughed.
Surprisingly, skateboard guy left and because I was nearest him – and faster in moving, so I’d like to think, te he! – got his prime spot!
Don’t you just love the view? Too bad we couldn’t get to the dock as it’s roped off. I bet the views there were better…
Behind me, the lady took a call and apologized that she would be late because she got sidetracked by the stunning sunset. I couldn’t blame her. I myself was supposed to head back home too, but the views were too pretty to miss.
Here are some zoomed-in shots of the setting sun.
The above was one of my favorites as I loved how the trees provided a nice backdrop against the fiery sky.
As usual, I’m ending this post with my most favorite photo from this set.
As Beau Taplin wrote, “Sunsets are proof that endings can often be beautiful too.”