Sitting outside -- or cozily inside looking out -- and watching a sunset, drink in hand, is about the best part of vacation.
As such, inevitably this moment makes its way onto you camera roll. Sometimes, though, the result isn't nearly as good as the moment itself. That is, unless you're a whiz at taking pictures of sunsets, as the people below are.
A few sunset photography tips for the weary: Make sure the lens isn't focused on the sun, that way you'll avoid sun spots, photographer Lora Drasner told Forbes a few years back. Or, as Jim Harmer told Nikon, shoot 15 - 20 minutes after the sun sets to get the best moody pictures.
OR, if you want to avoid all our advice and just look at pretty sunsets, look no further than the beauties below.
— Lisa (@lisa_nz_hr) September 18, 2014
— Mark Krajnak (@MarkKrajnak) September 19, 2014
— Mélanie St-Laurent (@MelSLaurent) September 18, 2014
— Curtis M. Wong (@c_wong79) September 18, 2014
— annemiekwils (@annemiekwils) September 23, 2014
— Visit Lubbock (@Visit_Lubbock) September 18, 2014
— Sonia Q. (@Q_Catalana) September 18, 2014
— revelMarketing (@AnsRoss25) September 18, 2014
— All Roads North (@allroadsnorth) September 18, 2014
— Robert James (@jamesgang_wi) September 18, 2014
— Big Stone Gap, VA (@bigstonegap_VA) September 18, 2014
— Alessio (@alessiobzz) September 18, 2014
— A (@Geminiak) September 18, 2014
— Robert Radford (@robertradford) September 18, 2014