Cycling at sunset


In the late afternoon, I took my bicycle and rode to the port of Sarafovo.

I went through Saltworks.

I wanted to take the dirt road, but only hours ago it had been raining and it would be muddy. So I chose the other path.

I went down to the sea and enjoyed the tranquility it radiated.

It was getting close to sunset so I headed back, curious to see if I could catch, climbing to the highest point, the last seconds before the sun disappeared behind the horizon.

I was so glad that I caught those exact seconds and was able to take a few pictures.

And the clouds seemed to paint invisible mountains in the distance.

View of Atanasovo Lake:

I made my way back to the city, overcoming the thick clouds of mosquitoes that flew against me.

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