I like sunset.
From a moment, I have had a habit of going outside at a time of sunset.
Nowadays, the day is really long, so even after I eat dinner there is plenty of time to enjoy the sun.
St Andrews in summer is crowded with tourists, so I tend to walk much further beyond the town.
There are beaches (which they call the East or West Sands), golf courses, bushes, grass hills and cliffs near the outskirt of the town, but in a few hours' distance, much more rural landscapes are unfolded, such as wheat fields, sheep ranches, and rock hills and scattered cottages.
The other day, it was one of rare sunny days when I took a walk after dinner.
The sun was setting when I was walking through the wheat field.
Then the sun stopped me there.
I stood still for a moment.
The soft breeze from the sea..
And the warmth of the sun..
It was an unrealistic feeling.
It was as if time stopped there for a moment.
I couldn't resist the temptation of taking a selfie at the moment.
I feel as if the warmth of the sun on my cheek at the moment remains still now..