Looking back at our 2018 travel photos, I realized that we got quite a few shots of amazing sunsets, and even a few sunrises.
This was a great place to have some downtime. Lots of beach time, super inexpensive surf lessons, and good food all made this a fabulous stop.
In Delhi, the smog made the sunsets a little interesting. Our first day in Delhi was really not so bad:
When we returned two weeks later, we were horrified by how bad it could get:
In Bikaner, we enjoyed a sunset tuk-tuk tour in much cleaner air:
Khuri Desert, India
And in Khuri, we took a sunset camel tour through the desert. For the boys, this was the highlight of our time in India!
Even the camels seemed to enjoy the sunset.
Jaisalmer is a beautiful lake town. Make sure that if you visit, you are near the water for sunset.
The boys would have loved some paddle boat time, but Jeremy and I were a bit too exhausted from day after day of fast paced road tripping.
And in Sydney, the Opera House is beautiful in the sunset:
We weren’t in the most scenic spots while in Cairo during sunset, but they were still pretty cool:
In Sorrento, the town with tons of lemons, we thoroughly enjoyed viewing the sunset from the cliffs:
Death Valley National Park, California, U.S.A.
Jeremy decided to take a solo road-trip through three of California’s national parks. This one is actually a sunrise, but isn’t it surprising what the center of Death Valley can look like:
Texas and Oklahoma, U.S.A.
It got nicer as we crossed into Oklahoma, seeing the sunset over the prairie:
Bonus 2019 Sunrises and Sunsets
These photos don’t really count as part of 2018, but since they are really pretty and were in the first two weeks of January, I will go ahead and include them.
On New Year’s morning, Jeremy woke a bit earlier than the rest of us and was able to capture this amazing photo:
And a couple of days later, when we were on the gulf-side of Florida, he was up early again:
When Jeremy took another solo trip to Iceland in January, he was was able to catch some amazing sunrises, quite late in the morning, after 11:00. Here are a few near Thingvellir National Park:
This one near Geysir, Iceland isn’t really a sunset, but simply indicative of the sun never getting high in the sky in the winter there:
And another at the Gullfoss Waterfall.
2018 in Review
And there you have it, a full year of our sunrise and sunset photos! We really are blessed to have been able to visit all of these places.