I live near a beautiful reserve, impressively maintained by the council. It has a huge playground for adults to play soccer or cricket, and smaller kids play area. During my pregnancy, I used to go there often for walking. And now we take the baby out on a stroll in the evenings. Most days, I get to capture some gorgeous sunsets but had to stop after the bushfires started 4 months ago. The air was too smoky and unhealthy. Now that the weather has cooled down a bit, I hope I get to carry on our ritual before winter sets in, as then it will get dark by 5 pm.
What is it about sunset that touches the soul, makes you sigh and wish you could hold that moment of calmness forever. Sharing with you some sunset poems I wrote last year,
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