Same rig, different day, different camera location. Today’s photo shows the same jackup drilling rig seen here and here but I was further east along the beach – closer to the rented house that served as a dorm and my office at the time in Lumut. Being relatively close the the equator, there’s not a great deal of range in the daylight hours through the year and the duration of dawn and dusk is much shorter than it is in, say, England or the northern US states.
The relatively short dusk duration is captured in this image with the yellows of the setting sun to the west and the darkening skies of night to the east. The image is perhaps a little soft owing to hand-holding a relatively long exposure without the benefits of image stabilization (Canon) or vibration reduction (Nikon) lenses. Why no tripod? I used to travel for months at a time with just a 35-liter back-pack so there was no room for a tripod.