Amsterdam is a city that doesn’t get to see a lot of sun. The autumn and winter seasons are especially grey and drab, but today was an uncharacteristically beautiful day. I was cycling around the city under the clear skies when the evening started to set in. I took a look around and saw the most magical silhouettes against an exceptionally stunning sunset in Amsterdam.
Museumplein Silhouettes During a Sunset in Amsterdam
Today (although technically yesterday) I had to run a few errands in town and, amazingly, there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, so I decided to cycle around for a few minutes. Since a day like this is pretty rare in winter, it felt like the wise thing to do!
I sat down for a while to watch the sunset at Museumplein. Museumplein is one of the biggest and most important squares in Amsterdam. You can find the prominent museums to the side of the square, like the Rijksmuseum and Vincent van Gogh Museum. People were passing by, so I took a few photos with my phone, since I didn’t have my camera with me. Despite the lower quality photos, I still think the photos turned out quite interesting.