Sunset over Florence

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Witnessing a sunset!

Can the Sunset be Melodious? Sun sets everyday, isn’t it? But still some views can be just scintillating.

Nature, Sunrise, Sunsets, they all drive us crazy. As the colours spread across, making the sky a vibrant piece of cloth, its unfolds the majesty in itself.

We happened to witness an hour long gorgeous sunset over the city of Florence from “Piazza Michelangelo” on the banks of River Arno. As the beautiful city full of tunnels got close to the darkness, as the mountains in the backdrop blurred, the sun spread its orange-red hues amidst the skies. And our camera and eyes just popped up with glee to view and capture those moments forever.

Astounding sun has so much to say & sing along. It rises ferociously and shines for the full day making the start of our day jovial, full of warmth and excitement. It sets in the evening signalling the birds to fly over back to their nests and spreads the feel of calmness. It reflects the cycle embedded in our daily lives. Sometimes full of warmth, sometimes calm and hidden in the clouds, Sometimes fierce and then mild! All these are the moods of a normal person as well and it gels into the nature so aesthetically.

Let’s view a series of images showcasing the beautiful sunset here:

#No filter has been applied to any photograph published here, these are all original photos captured by #FOTW.

As the city of Florence enters into evening, it looks so calm and pleasant!

Sunset at Florence
As the evening sets in!

The Sun begins to set slowly on the cloudy day!

Witnessing sunset at Florence
The clouds gain Momentum

As it sets, the dark hues spread across the sky giving it a unique beauty to boast!

Sunset at Florence
And then look at the ferociousness

A closer look stunned us with its ferociousness!

Sunset at Florence
A Close up of how it felt

A little later, it spreaddened up its rays which could be captured clearly!

Sunset at Florence
And as the setting rays spreads over

And on the other side the clouds were bursting with the majesty sunset gave them!

Sunset at Florence
And clouds get some amazing colours

What a beautiful sight when the sun finally sets and the clouds get their pink colour!

Sunset at Florence
Finally when the sun sets in, and clouds are again about to lose their colour

How did you feel this series of sunset? What do you like about sunsets and where have you seen the best of all?

Love Nature, Its beautiful! #talesofFOTW

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54 thoughts on “Sunset over Florence

  1. What a stunning sunset you have witnessed and thanks for sharing the beautiful pink skies! love how passionately you all travel. am a travel lover too 🙂 Drop by to read about our travel stories 🙂

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  3. Beautiful clicks. I simply love sunsets…the sky painted in various colors, there’s light around but its getting dark, birds chirping, the moon out at times. And if it’s by the beach, the sound of waves- an absolute icing on the cake.

  4. Beautiful pictures! I love to capture sunsets too and it always amazes me that how the clouds collaborate with sun to awestruck us each time we witness it saying sayonara! 😊

  5. Wow! What beautiful pics :). I have been to Florence many years ago and now your pics have made me realize that I need to refresh my memory with another visit again :D. By the way, its great to see a family that travels :D.

  6. Before the sequence of the images began, I could very well picture the Florentine sunset in my mind. Your narration is that good! I wish I could visit this place someday. I have only read about its rich history and open culture. As of now, I’m quite tied between the sun painting the mountains fiery or melting in the oceans. Out of these two, which one would you pick?

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