Madagascar sunsets are so incredibly photogenic. I can’t remember the last time I took a picture of a regular, everyday America sunset.
I was on my way to Anakao when I got stranded for two days in St. Augustin, a tiny town south of Toliara, because of high winds. I spent most of that time zonked out on anti-histamines in a hammock, but did find time to go snorkeling in a natural swimming pool, eat delicious seafood, and amble along sand roads talking to old people about the town’s history (which involves slavery, princes, and pirates).
These photos were taken on the day before Cyclone Bingiza hit – it was the most breathtaking sky I have ever seen.
And a happy little rainbow.