Chasing The Sun #03: MacRitchie Reservoir
Reservoirs make for a surprisingly good location for sunset photography. It’s no different from a lake as the large body of water provides a clear, low horizon to photograph the transition of dusk.
MacRitchie Reservoir is the oldest reservoir in Singapore. It is named after the municipal engineer who oversaw it’s expansion in 1922. Today, the reservoir is open to the public as a nature park.
The weather was slightly on the cloudy side that day. This was shot after sun down. It was a similar scene to CtS #02 where the color of the sky seem most intense after the sun has set beneath the horizon. I decided to include the couple in my composition to give it a relaxed, romantic atmosphere. They seem too entranced in their own world to care about that weird guy with the camera and tripod. Ah, the joys of love!