Same here, if I get up early enough, I love the sunlight that streams through our kitchen windows in the mornings.. So bright, with a pleasant golden hue ( magic light ) making you feel pretty good about the day ahead while drinking a fresh coffee on the rear deck.
I've had to get a pair of decent sunglasses since I moved back, the sun here is on a spectrum of brightness that my eyes just have not been accustomed to since living in Asia, even sunburn was avoided, thanks to UV blocking air pollution. Although, my skin has nicely bronzed up again, which never really happened in HK. due to lower UV and probably because we spend a LOT more daylight hours outdoors now, I suspect.
Last edited by Skyhook; 13-06-2018 at 10:56 AM.
Anywhere that I'm still alive at the end of the day and can watch the sun go down
I found that sunsets when walking the 'cradle of mankind', the grassland plains of South Africa always seemed dramatic to me.
I liked the sunsets on Lamma Island when I lived there. But have to say some of the photos in this thread are much better
I have to second Pokfulam sunsets
Santorini and second the sunset over Angkor Wat in Cambodia.