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December 30, 2021


Pinakin Parikh

HE is a great painter 🎨🌈

Shashank (means moon!)

I love sunsets .. but recently I have fallen in love with moon-rises! I have found them equally majestic and calming! From a fast paced day they turn your pace to a quiet night and are often spectacular. Often ignored - ‘coz they don’t occur every single day and are hard to capture with a point and click camera 😀 Majestic ones are always elusive, isn’t it? Food for reflection.


Many moods and almost all colors of sunsets are beautifully presented.
Thank you for the treat of sunsets from around the world.


Superb Anand
Really enjoyed worldwide 🌅

Prasad Vepa

This is a beautiful post, Anand, with well selected sunsets and sunrises from around the globe. Loved Phoebe's reflection that sunrises can be seen as a call to action and sunsets a catharsis. Sunrises should rightly invigorate us to action while sunsets whisper a calming reminder to stand down for the day, following a timeless circadian clock. Her line transported me to the scene painted by the opening lines of Thomas Gray's Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard:
"The ploughman homeward plods his weary way, And leaves the world to darkness and to me." This evocative opening of the elegy takes one instantly to a dusty dusk at sunset.
My own reflection is that nature unites all of humanity. All of us see the same Sun rise and set regardless of where in the planet we live. The Sun humbles us and inspires us every day in a few quiet moments of reflection.
This is thoughtfully written and enjoyable to read. Well done, Phoebe!


That is very true. Thanks for the great sharing ♥️😃


I agree with you 💯%. Especially regarding the reflection part. :)

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