The harmattan season is a big feature of the dry season in the tropics. The atmosphere becomes quite dusty and very hazy.
Visibility becomes a thing, especially in the early mornings.
Getting good shots of the sunset during this season might be a little difficult because the sun is shrouded in all the haziness.
But adjusting your camera ISO quite low, increasing shutter speed, and using a higher focal length, you can get some clear outlines of the sun and some moody look.
Here are some evening shots when the skies were a clear enough and less hazy for a shot...
|Camera||Panasonic Lumix GH4|
|Lens||G Vario 35-100mm @100mm, f4.0-8.0, ISO 8000|
|Remastering||Samsung Mobile Image Editor|