One of the few things I miss about life in New York City, especially at this time of year? Long sunsets.
Here, because of our proximity to the equator (just 85 miles north), darkness falls almost instantly after sunset. There’s no twilight. Though ephemeral, I find Singapore’s sunsets brilliant. Some nights, the sky glows a fiery orange. It’s intense and I’ve never seen anything like it before.
I have yet to capture a decent sunset on film. By the time I pull out my camera, pop on the right lens, and compose my shot, the sky has turned. I will soon; it’s on The List. In the meantime, I find inspiration on Flickr.