Sunday, December 20, 2009


Bangkok, Thailand

When the day closes to an end, the Godly light fades to a pale amber and the bright, soul-less manmade lights take over. When the concrete jungle threatens to overwhelm, one can find the setting sun peeping from somewhere far away in the distance. Sometimes, all the wealth in the world cannot substitute the fulfillment brought about by an alluring sunset...


niyati said...

Its the perfect capture Meiyang!
Apart from Seashores, sunsets have again being very inspiring to me. And the words you put up here: my unsaid yet deeply felt emotion: "nothing in the world can substitute the fulfilment brought about by an alluring sunset."

I once captured a 100 snapshots of the sunset in half an hour at the lake pichola, Udaipur; just to savor the blended hues constantly beckoning d dusk setting in.
Nature truly has its magnificent shades. Else why would the artiste, the photographer and the poet get inspiration from the dim sunlight and not the street lamp?!

Truly magical work buddy!
Stay precious. Keep the charm.

niyati :)

Chocolate Lover said...

wow! awesome :)

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