(A Video – Coastal Sunsets in Taiwan)
Most people in the western hemisphere are bidding farewell to the hot days of summer and welcoming the cool crisp breezes that come with fall. They are trading in their shorts and t-shirts for pants and sweaters and hoodies. Students and teachers are coming to the realization that it is back to classes and to the all familiar reality that it is time to hit the books once again.
That used to be my life way back when – when I lived in Canada. That seems like a lifetime ago – and it nearly is.
Taiwan is still scorching hot these days, with temps still beyond 30 Celsius, as we are about to welcome September. But, that is ok. The days may be hot and getting a little shorter, but the sun still rises and sets.
And speaking of sunsets, I took in my fair share this summer. We escaped the heat of the city and enjoyed some sunsets along the coast. Nothing beats having the wind blowing through your hair and the sea breeze bringing some welcome relief from the heat as the sun descends into the horizon.
So, I thought I would share some photos I took of sunsets this summer as well as a video of footage I compiled.
What is your favorite place to watch the sun set?
As always, thanks for reading. I am easing myself back into blogging and the swing of things. I am not sure how consistent I will be, but I miss communicating with you all.