Seeing a beautiful sunset at the end of the day is just one of life’s perfect and uninterrupted masterpieces. Seeing a sunset at the Changi Beach Park is not only perfect, but will leave a lasting impression of what true beauty is. I walked on the beach and waited for the sunset. It was well-worth the wait. There is nothing more beautiful than seeing those brilliant orange rays coming from behind the clouds.
I always like to photograph sunrises or sunsets. It's like a guided imagery therapy to me. Some people may refer to that as visualization, which is a method of communication between body and mind that utilizes perception, position and movement. Such guided imagery involves mentally seeing pictures of relaxing situations, such as a sunset on the beach, a flowing mountain waterfall or a brilliant mountain sunrise, especially caught in a stressful situation, using the following thought processes - vision, smell, touch, position and movement.
As you use all your senses during imagery, you will actually make an effort to smell the flowers and trees, feel the breeze or temperature, feel the texture of the surface under your feet, hear all the sounds in nature. While some people are better at imagining than others, anyone can master this simple, inexpensive relaxation technique. You can use guided imagery to boost relaxation and feelings of serenity and peacefulness. Much like learning to play the piano or tennis, becoming skilled at guided imagery involves time, patience and practice. It is one relaxation skill that cannot be rushed or hurried.
I hope all of you enjoy seeing my sunrise and sunsets photographs so far and not forgetting to say thank you very much for being such a faithful follower of my photography blog.
A freelance Singapore-based travel photographer / photojournalist. I seek the extraordinary, but finds beauty in the everyday. Life is interesting, capture it.
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