Sunset at Newport, Rhode Island

Rhode Island might be the smallest state of the USA, but it is rich in natural beauty. There is something about the Ocean State that you cannot describe that makes it a place you’ll love to come back. Newport is one of my absolute favorite destinations.
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The City by the Sea is famous for its food, mansions, shopping, and scenery… apart from it all, it was the spectacular coastline sunset that strikes me the most.
Sailing is a way of life in Newport. Many areas of the town are best viewed by boat.




There are many ways to witness the gorgeous sunset in Newport. As a treat, my cousin and her husband choose a quiet, relaxing, and delightful cruise of Newport Harbor and Narragansett Bay’s East Passage aboard a typical traditional harbor boat. I couldn’t ask for a better way to watch the sunset over the waters and take in the picturesque views. Stunning!


As the sky changes its color from time to time, and the majestic display of its rays spreading all throughout the horizons. The sunset at Newport, Rhode Island is truly sublime to experience.


And once the reflection of the nearest star in our planet is already touching the surface of the water, it shows that heaven’s golden disc is starting to hide from us signaling the end of the day.
As much as I love sunrise… sunsets are equally beautiful. The reflection that the sun shows above or below the horizon is truly one of Mother Nature’s wonder.
Just like the reflection of the sun… self-reflection is important. We only get better when we admit our shortcomings and acknowledge our limits. Yet, there are so many moments along the way to celebrate. Some of those moments are bigger than other… and you really don’t want to miss those moments. Because just like the sunset, it fades away, only to remind us that another day, another moment, another memory is yet to unfold.















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