Wow, spectacular! Yeah, sunsets are like shooting anything else. Fill the frame. Look for shapes that attract the eye, or lines that lead the eye. Like @bennett-family said, your first photo is great because it fills the frame with a lot of colorful texture. That’s the thing a lot of folks generally forget. That “mental zoom” thing. However, if there’s interesting patterns elsewhere in the sky, it could work to include them (like the last photo in this post). Watch how much silhouetted foreground is in the photo. Again the first photo is great. The second and especially third photo include a lot of black silhouetted foreground. Easy to include accidentally, when not much light is coming through the viewfinder and you can’t see exactly where the bottom edge of the frame is. 🙂 Been there. 🙂 The shapes silhouetted against the sky, I like to isolate or simplify, so there’s just one or two “subjects”. Most of the time it can be done by walking around or using focal length, but can also be done in post processing fairly easily using a basic spot remove (when working with complete silhouettes like this). You did a great job, for this being your first sunset. Correct exposure, no blown out highlights, and it’s sharp. Good job @tashavk. If you haven’t already seen it, here’s a video on Ideas for Better Sunset Photos.