I took a walk along Swansea seafront on Tuesday evening.
As I reached Blackpill, I noticed the last rays of the sun were lighting up the Mumbles lighthouse and pier across the water:
It was now high tide on the beach in front of me. In the gloaming, I could just make out six Sandwich Terns roosting with a group of gulls.
I turned around to see the most beautiful sunset developing. I wished I'd been on Gower, where I could have found an attractive foreground for some photos, so I had to make do with these shots, taken with the only lens I had with me - a 90mm macro:
The sky turned from red to pink, before fading to darkness disappointingly quickly: