...why sunset is more colourful than sunrise?
it’s an irony of life saying, “sometimes good things happen in goodbyes"
|Thank you, Jo for taking this pic :)|
Who doesn't love sunset? I love its golden and warm colour. I love how the skies showing off its beautiful colourful gradient in different hue everyday. I love how everything turns into peculiar silhouette. I love how it taught me hopefulness; though it is disappearing, I'd still see the sun again tomorrow. I could write a hundred reasons why I love sunset. Because to me, cloudy or clear day, sunset is always magical. And so is sunrise. But I can't really emphasise that since I'm not a morning person.
I've promised myself that one day when I get the chance to visit Makassar, I must not miss the sunset in Losari beach. So glad that it's actually on the Trip of Wonders itinerary. Yay! That day I was actually feeling a bit lightheaded after the beach hopping under the scorching hot sun, but I still wanted to go. The waterfront was pretty crowded, maybe because it was Sunday. I separated myself from the group and walked down towards the floating jetty to find a quiet space. When I travel to a new place, I enjoy to observe the local people around me. I like taking candid pictures of them doing some daily life activities. It turns the photos I took into stories.
Here's some of my favourite shots I took in Losari beach. Hope you enjoy them :)
Besides beautiful sunsets, Losari beach is also a great spot if you want to sample some local delicacies such as grilled seafood or Pisang Epe (grilled banana, drizzled with some luscious brown sugar sauce). Counting calories? Fret not, my dear. You can always burn it off by strolling or jogging along the promenade later. #TripOfWonders #WonderfulIndonesia