Sunset in Malaysian Borneo

Spectacular Sunsets: In Pictures

We’ve seen some incredible sunsets since we set off on the road almost six months ago, here’s a selection of our best sunset pictures to date – what do you think of them?

Sunset in Malaysian Borneo

Malaysian Borneo

Sunset over the Great Ocean Road, Australia

The 12 Apostles, the Great Ocean Road, Australia

Sunset in Kuching, Borneo

Kuching, Borneo

St Kilda, Melbourne Australia

St Kilda, Melbourne Australia

Sunset in Sagada, the Philippines

Sagada, the Philippines

Sunset in Brechfa, Wales

Brechfa, Wales

Sunset in Townsville, Australia

Townsville, Australia

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13 Comments
  • Ann
    Posted at 13:26h, 16 August Reply

    What lovely pictures! Love that you have included the Brechfa one too. We had a wonderful sunset on our way back from Bristol last Sunday, very similar to your one from Kuching, Borneo, very red against all the clouds, wish I had a camera with me. We are supposed to have had a meteor shower this week but it’s been too cloudy to see. Have a great time with the family & love to all xxx

    • Andrew
      Posted at 11:16h, 17 August Reply

      Thanks mum. We had to include the Brechfa one, when we were putting the pics online yesterday some budding photographer saw it over our shoulder and said that it was such a difficult picture to capture, so many settings to adjust. I had to tell him that I just pressed a button, simple as that! If you are with dad then get his phone to take pics with, should have a better camera than mine and two of those pics were taken from my phone! We’re having a blast so far. I’ll head down south to meet Sarah and Claire soon.x

  • Charlie
    Posted at 13:34h, 16 August Reply

    Beautiful! I lost count of how many breathtaking sunsets I saw while living in Australia. The sun rises were beautiful too, didn’t see quite so many of them though!

    • Amy
      Posted at 11:02h, 17 August Reply

      Hi Charlie, we had quite a few beautiful sunset pics from Australia to choose from – like you we didn’t catch many sunrises though!

  • Mig
    Posted at 17:24h, 16 August Reply

    Beautiful! Every sunset is so different and can never be replicated. Amazing to capture these in the moment!

    • Amy
      Posted at 11:04h, 17 August Reply

      You’re right Mig, they are all so different. My favourites are the pink sunset pictures, we saw an amazing sunrise like that in New Zealand but didn’t have our camera with us to capture it unfortunately.

  • Patti
    Posted at 01:39h, 17 August Reply

    Gorgeous, that’s what I think!

    • Amy
      Posted at 11:04h, 17 August Reply

      Thanks Patti!

  • Rob - Hungry Escapades
    Posted at 19:52h, 20 August Reply

    Love these pics! Nothing quite quite beats the emotion of seeing a beautiful sunset!

    • Amy
      Posted at 03:26h, 21 August Reply

      Thanks Rob!

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