One of the shortest sunset displays I have ever seen. Perched high on the cliffs of Cape Kirittapu in Eastern Hokkaido early one morning last summer, the sun popped up over the horizon and this thin gap in the clouds exploded with intense red light. It lasted for just a few minutes and this image is the best I was able to come up with to tell the story of it. Sunrises are early in Hokkaido in summer (4:20am), so after the sun disappeared behind the clouds and the light was gone, I was happy to be able to crawl back into my tent which was just a few metres from here.
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