Of course, I was in Brunei to look for (more) oil. This is a shot I took of a jackup drilling rig and supply boat at sunset one evening. I’m standing on the beach and my best guess is I used a 500mm for this shot. Jackup drilling rigs work close in-shore in shallow water depths of typically up to 300 feet. The three legs terminate in a pad on the seabed. Given the height of the legs above the deck in this image I’d guess the water depth there was less than 100 feet.
Compositionally I would probably shoot this scene differently today and likely not have the horizon run through the middle of the image. That said, I do like the way the sun reflects off the water in the foreground leading you back to the silhouette of the supply boat.
The orange sky is formed by the scatter of the sunlight off the haze, not from any filter on the lens.