The sun sets around the world

Despite different time zones, climates and altitudes, it’s nice to take comfort in global commonalities like a stunning sunset. Taking time in silence to watch the sun drop out of the sky is a BEING moment for me. It allows a few minutes to reflect on the day, week, month, year gone by and also energizes me for the night to come!

Here are some of my favorite sunsets from around the world. Sit back, grab a beer and take in the atmosphere.

When was the last time you stopped ( I mean, really stopped…like stopped your car, stopped yourself in your tracks) to take in the entirety of a sunset?

Share the location or moment of your favourite sunset in the comment section below!

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3 Responses to “The sun sets around the world”

  1. It was during a kayaking trip around Princess Royal Island on the west coast of British Columbia. It had been raining and cold for a week straight. Matt and I finally had some dry, sunny weather, and were camped on a huge (I mean HUUUGE) fine white sandy beach, with no one else around, anywhere. That evening, the sky turned this ridiculous colour of pink – neon pink, really. Later that night, we woke in our tent to the sound of humpback whales blowing water just offshore. We couldn’t see them in the dark, but we could hear them. If this happened in a movie, I’d call it overkill, but it really happened, and it was absolutely awesome.

  2. The Global Sponge The Global Sponge Says:
    April 3, 2013 at 3:34 am

    Stace, WOW. I can vividly imagine you and Matt enjoying the sounds of the whales on your secluded beach. Sounds like you guys found paradise. Thanks for sharing with us buddy!

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