The island of Texel is well known for it’s sandy beaches and the most beautiful sun setters. Yesterday it was a perfect day with lots of sun. Not the most perfect conditions for a landscape photographer. Luckily, at the end of the day some high altitude clouds moved in from the South. In the end, these continuous thickening clouds blocked the sun completely leaving the landscape in a sober setting of light. Luckily, there was a small strip of clear sky just above the horizon. Quickly made an appointment with photographer Patrick de Graaf and we drove off to the Slufter.
When we arrived, we still needed to walk for about 1.5km before we reached our location. Since this location is constantly changing due to the strong flowing water of the Slufter caused by the tide, we didn’t know what to expect.
Luckily for us, the location and conditions turned out to be just perfect. Whe were overwhelmed by the beautiful sunset and colors and enjoyed this moment until long after the sun had set behind the horizon.