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rare sunsets



the tanjung dawai sunset is (or was) as illusive as ever. after trying for ages, finally managed to capture one without cloud cover at all. it was really a sight to behold.
[more in my Flickr]


[+] seriously swamped with work, managed to get my projects set, company setting up nicely. working on some neat ideas to be launched very soon :) Oh btw...the new iPhone 3GS has a Malay UI. Hoping for Indian languages next year. :)

Comments

NE~ISM said…
That is what I call a sunset!! I could sit on a beach and or roof of my house and just watch them forever..

You took a great picture BRO!!!

NE
Arv said…
kewl :)
d gypsy! said…
they are a beauty
Jeevan said…
no words to describe in wonder!! simple awesome :)
brocasarea said…
nice snaps!!..good luck with ur work!:)
Standbymind said…
Amazing shots man
Ghost Particle said…
@thank you Ne, Arv, Neha, Jeevan,Pratap and Standby :) Nature never ceases to amaze :)
Adam said…
There are so many things that facinate me. The Fountains of Billagio, taking pics of squirells and flowers and stuff of that sort but the best of all is sitting anywhere and watching a sunset. I believe that the sunset is one of God's greatest creations. Thank you for sharing your picture.

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