wearing : Top - T-Bar // Flare Skirt - Ally Fashion // Oversized Denim Shirt - NewVintageStore
I have a huge crush for Sunset and Sunrise currently and I don't think it will ever stop. If you are following me on Instagram, you know what my current feeds are; anything about sun either it is sunset nor sunrise and beach. The main focus is not only at the sun itself, but moreover to the sky's shades that make it even better.
This was my very first sunset experience at Sydney Observatory Park about couple weeks ago. One thing I would recommend you about chasing sunset (I call myself "sunset and sunrise chaser" :p) is time prediction. This is really important because if you are late for even 30 seconds, you will miss the moment. First thing first, open the "Weather" app on your smartphone and determine the sunset time. Then, try to depart 30 minutes earlier (to any sunset spot at your area that you think shows the best view). Get the most comfortable spot to sit or stand (with or without your friends). Enjoy the rest.
Make sure you check the weather properly and choose a clear day (not raining). Let me know if this works for you and I don't mind offer more tips if it doesn't work. Feel free to comment down below or tag me on your instagram picture. Goodluck!
Here's my sunset journey :
Photos are taken by iPhone 6 camera
Location : Sydney Observatory Hill Park|| Watson Rd, Millers Point NSW 2000