Polemi Sunset

Published 15th of January, 2018

Polemi isn't known for it's sunsets, well, to us at least. They are normally the domain of the coastal areas of Paphos, and Max's house. However, this evening, the Gods smiled on us, and granted us a lovely sunset. The photos can provide a brief, fitting epilogue to our last blog, Polemi Sunrise.

There Goes The Sun

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I had been out tidying the garden, which is at best a losing battle in our house, when I became aware that the sun was setting over the hills behind me.

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I ummed and ahhed for a bit, before nipping in to get the camera. If I was ever going to do a blog about a sunset in Polemi it would make sense to do it after the sunrise blog.

No Reflections

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Most sunsets I take have a flat horizon. The trees provide an interesting contrast.

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See You Tomorrow!

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And with that, ths sun was gone. A short blog, but I thought it a worthwhile thing to capture and share...

Incidentally, higher-res versions of these images will soon be viewable in the gallery. I am uploading pictures at the moment. Watch this space...

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