Postcards from Slovenia #45: Selected Sunsets

The Slovenian coast is the land of the setting sun, and sunsets are something I used to miss whilst living in Spain, as we always lived on the East coast. The sunrises were of course spectacular, but I was not always up and about early enough to appreciate them! Back home in Britain, I used to enjoy watching the sunset over the Solway Firth, weather permitting (which it often didn’t). So nowadays I really am spoiled for sunsets, and I often head out in the evening to enjoy that peaceful and spectacular time of day. Here’s a roundup of some of my Istrian sunset photos.

sunset, sea, sculpture
A sunset sculpture in Piran looking toward Croatia.
sunset, boats, sea
The same sunset from Piran marina
red sunset over sea
The sun dips into the sea West of Piran
cloud, sunset, sea
Dramatic cloud formations above Strunjanske soline
vineyard, sunset, sea
Post-sunset colours paint the sky above Izola
sunset, palms trees, sea
Pink skies and palm trees in Portoroลพ
sunset, boats, sea
Sunset over Piran from Strunjanske Soline (photo by my husband)
Sunset, horizon, sea
The sun sets behind St George’s Church, Piran
sunset, sea, colours
Sunset taken from Piran Lighthouse
sunset, sea, colour
Do not go gentle into that good night…

I hope you enjoyed this Postcard from Slovenia, stay tuned for more, and take a look at my Instagram for more images from Slovenia.

Wishing you a peaceful Sunday!

22 thoughts on “Postcards from Slovenia #45: Selected Sunsets

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  1. Yes, I too a, spilt for sunsets living where I do. Your photos are amazing Ingrid. Thanks for sharing โ˜บ๏ธ

    1. Thanks Cheryl – yes I think my husband is the better photographer, thatโ€™s why I credited him ๐Ÿ˜Š hope you are well โค๏ธ

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