April 23, 2017

Balinese Sunsets

After a day of adventuring with PJ, we went our separate ways for the evening. I ended up meeting up with some other people from couchsurfing to watch the sunset. I have always loved watching the sunset, and the Balinese sunsets were amazing. So amazing in fact that this whole post is just pictures of the sunsets over several days.

 

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Okay, this is a little before sunset, but I really liked this picture.

 

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As the sun set there were tons of people trying to capture that perfect picture.

 

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The fact that it was low tide gave some really amazing views.

 

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I watched one sunset with some new friends from couchsurfing at a restaurant on the beach.

 

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After the sun set was when the colors started to pop.

 

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Sometimes you couldn’t tell where the beach ended and the sea began.

 

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After the sun’s colors disappeared the restaurant’s colors took front stage.

 

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Other days it was all about the kids having fun in the water.

 

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I couldn’t count the number of people on the beach to watch the sunset each night.

 

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But it’s easy to understand why there were always so many people.

 

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I even took some panorama shots, not sure how they’ll turn out on the website since they had to be resized.

 

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There was a live band playing while I watched the sunset, a very loud band.

 

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Even as loud as they were, they couldn’t ruin the view.

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