One of the great places to watch the sunset in Lebanon is on the Beirut corniche in front of the Pigeon Rocks (also known as the Rocks of RaouchÃ©). These two rocks come out of the water standing right in front of the corniche, making for a great landmark. They are very popular for boat trips with both locals and tourists.
When I initially saw the rocks during the day I thought it would make for a great sunset photo, so come 6:30pm I was there with my tripod. However, when I setup I noticed that there was no way to climb down low enough to get the rocks to intersect the horizon (which is always a good idea when taking this sort of landscape photo as it makes for a more interesting visual element). I took the shot anyway, with the clear goal to fix this in post-processing, pulling down the horizon. I’m quite happy with the end result, but have a look at the original and let me know what you think.