Obviously, when you see something like that, you have to run out and walk around the neighbourhood to get the best view for photos. Oddly enough, I forgot my DSLR the first time, and only had iPhone photos.
(Another odd thing: the two sentences in my first paragraph both start with "I", and the second both start with "O". I didn't plan that, promise.)
And while the iPhone camera is way better than my previous phone, it still couldn't capture the awesomeness of the sunset. So I edited it before uploading to Instagram and Google+ and sending it to my family. And since one of my cousins is in art, she saw through the edits really easily (until then, there was one who asked if it was a #nofilter. Sadly, my skills aren't that good).
So I figured, why not share the before and after photos with everyone?
|No filter, which is really subdued compared to real life.|
|No filter, and the sky is already pretty awesome.|
|Filtered (although the difference isn't as great as the first photo, I think)|
|No filter, so the only thing you can see is the sunset.|
|This is so obviously edited.|