The sunset is always magical! Despite short time, I am still willing to chase it 🧡🛵🏃♀️
Thanks to #sunthursday contest issued by @uwelang, I have opportunity to look back all the sun collection and got inspired by gorgeous reflection from the sunset. Therefore, once again I will share with you beauty of mother nature thru my phone camera here.
If a beautiful sunset is seen, how much more beautiful is WHAT is seeing it? – Michael Jeffreys
If anybody asks me where it's the best place to see the sundown in Danang, I will definitely recommend Tien Sa Beach which is also the most beautiful beach that I've ever swum in the central coast.
As it's so calm & peaceful here, people often do kayaking and yoga as well.
Another place that I really like to wait for the sundown is Thuan Phuoc Bridge. Downside of the bridge, it's becoming a hotspot for young people to #checkin everyday, and I did the same whenever I have guests visiting me 😄 A lot of stunning shapes from my beloved ones taken via my little phone 💖
Lola, Thu, Sam and I had a memorable trip during Lunar New Year holiday. It was the first holiday that I couldn't visit my parents due to covid pandemic and they were so sweet to take care of my feelings to ensure that I didn't miss home. I am so grateful to have them as close friends 💝
And this is my brother 👨👧. From the photo, you can see that he was thinking ..., sometimes I have to give a joke with him "smile and fire your thoughts" 😝
One more places that I fell in love with is Ly Son Island. I will share with you how beautiful the island is in next post but one thing I could notice in mind from this trip is the beauty of the sunset here,
I tried to embrace it in my hands 😍