I have always liked the sunset in Langkawi, Malaysia and have posted on this subject.
I went out in a boat recently and toke this picture on our way to the outlying islands..
This may be the best sunset picture I have ever taken!
Here are two photos which talk to each other.
Both were taken on a boat.
The sea at Milford Sound was a bit choppy and the scene a bit dark.
I rather like the Three Gorges one which depicts sunset and calm waters.
The sun was exerting its last rays of sunlight as our cruise of the Bosporus almost ended when approaching Istanbul.
The spires of the mosques were the most noticeable features in the whole skyline.
The clouds in the sky ensured that the warmth of the day was still there to stay.
Yes, warmth was all around!
This is not a composite picture.
I like this image because it looks like a composite picture although in fact it isn’t.
It has a glass top and sides so that tourists on board can have a 360 degree view of the scenery as the vessel cruises up and down the Annecy river.
From the outside, you can see clearly the red chairs on the vessel, the glasses filled with water, the white table cloth, bottles of table wine, loaves of bread etc., at the same time, you can also clearly see the reflection of the twigs and leaves of the trees planted on the bank.
We were loitering on the bank of the river, but it is not difficult to imagine what it is like to sit leisurely inside the glass boat, looking out at the fantastic views of the Annecy medieval town. There was so much to see in Annecy and I love what I saw. This image added to my liking of this beautiful place.
Apart from the faint image of the trees outside the windows, I like the lines of the window frames and their reflection in the water.
Understand that I M Pei, my much revered architect, was involved in this part of the expansion of the museum.