Sunset At Agalas, Zakynthos
I took these photographs of the sunset at Agalas, Zakynthos a few weeks back. Sunsets and sunrises are two beautiful things in nature that, I think, most of us appreciate. The yellows, reds, and oranges, of the sunset, literally took my breath away… Or was that just the chilly wind that was blowing? After all, my husband, who was wearing shorts and tee shirt refused to get out of the car because of the chill in the air.
If you have ever visited Zakynthos you may have seen the sunset over the sea. Other places worth seeing the sunset from are Keri and Kampi. Surely a sunset is a sunset, where ever you are? I hear you ask…. Of course, it is, but for me what makes the sunset so beautiful at these places is the ruggedness of the landscape and the sea.
If you are ever on Zakynthos, winter or summer, I would recommend taking a trip with your camera to one of these viewing points. I promise you won’t regret it.
I think this is where I stop the rambling and let the photos do the talking…
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It’s a steep drop into the sea, so care must be taken!
The cliffs turned pale pink in colour as the sun set.
The wind was a bit on the chilly side, but it added to the tranquility of the experience.
I loved the way the clouds and sky seemed to change with every passing second.
It’s not an easy choice, but I think this is my favourite photograph of the evening. You can just about make out a boat on the horizon. How fantastic must that view be?
As we were leaving Agalas we stopped again as the sky turned a very pale shade of blue. Which I didn’t expect.
In the last photograph I took, on our way out of Agalas, the sky looks lighter than in the first… Very strange!
Have you ever seen the sunset at Agalas, Zakynthos?
This post was inspired by the Through My Lens link up.
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