The horizon looks concave as the sun sets behind the mountains that surround Tokyo, in the land of the setting sun.
An amazing Amazon sunset.
What a cloud formation, and what a sunset it helps create. Mollymook Beach in New South Wales, Australia can boast some of the world’s most spectacular sunsets.
The Taipei 101 was the tallest building in the world until the massive Burj Dubai came along, but it is still a wonderful spot from where to see a stunning Taiwanese sunset.
Inscriptions on the stony ground only seem to add to the intrigue and immensity of a Sierra Nevada sunset.
Looks like only half a sunset in Kodagu, Karnataka, India, but it’s more than twice as spectacular.
Starlings, thousands of them, in a murmuration over Gretna, Scotland.
And this is what a murmuration of starlings looks like at sunset.
A Kiribati sunset. One day, one day I’ll go there.
As sunsets go it doesn’t get much better than this majestic panorama in Borneo.
It’s perhaps not one of the best-known island in Polynesia, but Fakarava certainly enjoys one stunning sunset.
It looks a rather intriguing and beguiling place, but Death Valley, California is one of the hottest and most inhospitable regions on the planet.
It could almost be an advert for Cornflakes, this ear of wheat in Dixon, Illinois, USA silhouetted against the setting sun.
It could almost be a sunset, but it is something much more sinister and unnerving, a forest fire in California, USA.
Of course sunsets happen everywhere, but Sylt in Germany gets a cracker.