Every Tuesday night I go over to the DUMBO neighborhood in brooklyn for some fellowship with friends. Normally I try to get over there early for a visit to Starbucks, some reading and to see how photogrnic the sunset might be. Well, after about two months of waiting, last nights sunset was beautiful! There were two people rowing around under the bridge ad I thought it made for an interesting added bonus so I snapped away and this is what I got. Hope you enjoy!
We arrived in Bali Indonesia with the intention to stay for one month in the best house we could find for about $200. After some searching we quickly learned that if we wanted air conditioning and internet we would need to raise our budget. After a couple days of searching we had found three really good options and finally made a decision on one house that was a little more than we wanted to spend, but had everything we wanted plus a daily maid! The house was out in the countryside about 30 minutes from the main tourist area of Kuta which we liked and about 5 minutes from the coast. We paid $435 to the owner who was leaving the next day to teach Paragliding in Nepal and moved our things in. After a couple night of settling in and exploring the nearby area we came to this cliffside beach just around sunset. The tide was so low that the outer sandbar was taking all the impact of the waves and the surface nearest to us was as smooth as glass. I zoomed my lens all the way in and captures this sunset scene. So thankful and blessed to be able to witness such beautiful and amazing sights like this.
The things you can see sticking up are posts that the local villagers tie ropes to in order to collect seaweed for eating and selling. There are many ramshackle shacks right along the beach at the base of the cliffs on this side of the island where the local people seem to be living the same way they have been for centuries and taking what the sea provides for their health and sustenance.