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Light at the end of the tunnel: our last sunset

11 May 2012, 11:55 UTC
Light at the end of the tunnel: our last sunset
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It has been a week since we saw our last sunset. I took some time out to enjoy and preserve this special time. From now on things are going to be different. It will be more of a challenge trying … Continue reading →

Credits: A. Kumar
It has been a week since we saw our last sunset. I took some time out to enjoy and preserve this special time.
From now on things are going to be different. It will be more of a challenge trying to maintain a normal body clock.
I have been lucky to have witnessed spectacular sunsets around the world, from Pokhara lake in the Himalayas to Caribbean sunsets worthy of postcards.
I took a stroll and stood outside for a while to soak up the last rays.
Imagine for a moment, travelling long haul in a passenger airplane to a distant warm island – perhaps Bermuda or Barbados. After many hours in an economy class seat, you step outside and feel the warm breeze but more importantly, you feel warmed to the bone by the sheer strength of the Sun’s rays. I closed my eyes and tried to ‘save’ the memory and feeling as ...

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