All I can say is… I am a sucker for sunsets… and sunrise. Over viewing and taking a snap shot of a sunset in Bacolod City.
For the past few years of my life, I’ve been photographing the sun who is about to sleep. I often find myself in another edge of the world and take photographs of this great sun. When I am in Bacolod City, I always visit the Reclamation Area. Wide place and grasses as tall as 7 feet are there to welcome you. A few steps forward will either lead you to the boat departure or over the bay.
What’s best is that the reclamation area lies over west… where the sun sets. Sometimes you can catch the sun in a great array of display but oftentimes due to cloudy seasons, she doesn’t shows up. Reclamation Area is a wide place. This is where SM Mall and Manokan Country can be found over Bacolod.
People I often meet in Reclamation area are fond of sitting over the bay and watch the sun sets. I don’t know what’s in their mind but I enjoy watching them pondering over the ocean as the sun calls for retirement. I hope you’ll enjoy the pictures as much as I do. :)
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