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Check out these beautiful sunsets from around the world and start dreaming about your next getaway.

Remember
that scene early in Titanic, when Jack leads Rose to the front of the
ship, urging her to step onto the guardrail, giving her the exhilarating
impression of flying? Well, Jack timed that moment just right. As the camera
pans away, we’re left with a vivid sunset, a swelling
soundtrack, and the conviction that she’s fallen in love.

Sunsets
may mark the end of the day, but they also have a knack for sparking romance—whether
that means falling in love with a person or a place. It’s not hard to see why
when you take an already picturesque setting and then flood it with the intense
reds, purples, and blues cast by a sinking sun.

We
went through the photos submitted by our well-traveled community members to
find the most breathtaking images of sunsets. Their, shall we say, titanic
efforts showcase romantic travel.

Sit
patiently with a cocktail along the water’s edge one evening in Key West, FL, while sailboats drift by, and
you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular display of reds, oranges, and yellows, as
if the entire sky is ablaze. Trust us: it’s more romantic than a night in front
of a tiny fireplace.

Sometimes
you’re even lucky enough to get an after-show, as one lucky T+L community
member discovered at Crescent Bay Point Park in Laguna Beach, CA. A mere 10
minutes after the sun set, a full moon lit up the sky, turning it a beautiful
shade of blue, with hues of purple along the horizon.

Don’t
just linger after the sunset; take a moment to look around and appreciate its
effect on the surroundings. Instead of focusing on the horizon, one reader in Austin, TX, pointed the camera down to
the water below. The setting sun transformed it into a sea of liquid gold.

See for
yourself by checking out our favorite shots of romantic sunsets around the
world. Just be warned: you’re in for a serious case of wanderlust.

Beautiful Sunsets: Reader Photos

Check out these beautiful sunsets from around the world and start dreaming about your next getaway.

Remember
that scene early in Titanic, when Jack leads Rose to the front of the
ship, urging her to step onto the guardrail, giving her the exhilarating
impression of flying? Well, Jack timed that moment just right. As the camera
pans away, we’re left with a vivid sunset, a swelling
soundtrack, and the conviction that she’s fallen in love.

Sunsets
may mark the end of the day, but they also have a knack for sparking romance—whether
that means falling in love with a person or a place. It’s not hard to see why
when you take an already picturesque setting and then flood it with the intense
reds, purples, and blues cast by a sinking sun.

We
went through the photos submitted by our well-traveled community members to
find the most breathtaking images of sunsets. Their, shall we say, titanic
efforts showcase romantic travel.

Sit
patiently with a cocktail along the water’s edge one evening in Key West, FL, while sailboats drift by, and
you’ll be rewarded with a spectacular display of reds, oranges, and yellows, as
if the entire sky is ablaze. Trust us: it’s more romantic than a night in front
of a tiny fireplace.

Sometimes
you’re even lucky enough to get an after-show, as one lucky T+L community
member discovered at Crescent Bay Point Park in Laguna Beach, CA. A mere 10
minutes after the sun set, a full moon lit up the sky, turning it a beautiful
shade of blue, with hues of purple along the horizon.

Don’t
just linger after the sunset; take a moment to look around and appreciate its
effect on the surroundings. Instead of focusing on the horizon, one reader in Austin, TX, pointed the camera down to
the water below. The setting sun transformed it into a sea of liquid gold.

See for
yourself by checking out our favorite shots of romantic sunsets around the
world. Just be warned: you’re in for a serious case of wanderlust.

Beautiful Sunsets: Reader Photos

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