Divine Travels: A Medley of Sunsets and its Colors

“How daylight fades and evening moves,

The sun sets to rest while the moon arises

Another day, another time

To witness the grandeur of the Master’s painted canvas.”

 – JM dela Rama

(From the coffee-table book Hearty Chowder’s: Autumn Love)

The striking of the sun at the Mount of Beatitudes in Northern Israel.

Melbourne, Australia

The sun is about to rest in Melbourne, Australia.

Aquaria in Batangas, Philippines

The colors of sunset at Aquaria in Batangas, Philippines.

Burano Island in Venice, Italy

The shadows that says, “until tomorrow Mr. Sunshine”. The beautiful colors of Burano Island in Venice, Italy.

Fort Bonifacio in Taguig, Philippines

The sunset at the famous American Cemetery and the city of Fort Bonifacio in Taguig, Philippines.

Masada Israel

The last heat of the sun at the ancient Masada in South of Israel.

Paris, France

The romantic glow of sunset never ends in Paris, France.

Anvaya Cove in Batangas, Philippines

The theatrical setting of the sun at Anvaya Cove in Bataan, Philippines.

Phiippines

A soothing fusion of colors at Sta. Rosa in Laguna, Philippines.

Even the birds celebrate the last minutes of Mr. Sunshine overlooking the Arabian Sea in Goa, India.

Even the birds celebrate the last minutes of Mr. Sunshine overlooking the Arabian Sea in Goa, India.

Peninsula de Punta Fuego in Batangas, Philippines

Shadows and the marrying of pinks and blues at Peninsula de Punta Fuego in Batangas, Philippines.

Hong Kong

A good night indeed overlooking Causeway Bay in Hong Kong.

Tel Aviv University in Tel Aviv, Israel

Aaaaahhhhh what can I say about this? Speechless over the rays of the sunset at Tel Aviv University in Israel.

Zambales, Philippines

The beauty of the sea, sand and sunset in Zambales, Philippines.

“Those who live at the ends of the earth stand in awe of your wonders. From where the sun rises to where it sets, you inspire shouts of joy.” (Psalm 65:8 NLT)

Cheers to more sunsets, cities and divine travels. :)

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