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    Posted: 06 April 2010 at 11:48
Dyxum has a global membership. This thread records our first 'chasing the sun' attempt at a co-ordinated group posting involving Dyxum members from across the globe.

The idea was for all participating members take a picture of the sunset where they were that day as they chased the sun across the globe.

Please see this post for discussion and sign-up info.

..and this link (courtesy of Brian) for a map of where everyone was!

Edited by Bob J - 09 April 2010 at 20:14
 



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175E     Mt Albert, Auckland, New Zealand     
Originally posted by Oclaf Oclaf wrote:

I unexpectedly (unfortunately?) ended up down in Auckland this evening. Not a place I like too spend to much time. Shot taken at 18:56NZT off Mt Albert, Waitakere ranges in the background. -36.890233, 174.718678.
Was a very overcast evening, luckily there was a cloud break on the horizon.
Good luck with that a700. Sounds nasty.




174E     New Zealand     
Originally posted by zk-cessnaguy zk-cessnaguy wrote:

Shot taken at 031906NZDT (030606UTC) s33 53'25.5" e174 41' 46.6"



a700 | Minolta 28-135 f/4-4.5 | 400ISO | f/8 | 1/640sec



170E     Kakanui river mouth, New Zealand     
Originally posted by sydknee sydknee wrote:

Yep I got rain,but I still went out with the best intentions and much hope.
Sadly my luck was not in tonight.
Taken at the Kakanui river mouth. Usually a great spot for sunsets/sunrises.
170.53E 45.11S 7.34pm ( sunset 7.23pm)
18mm 2.5sec F22 iso1600

I was quite reluctant to post this image, but oh well here it is

Syd



139E     Tokyo, Japan     
Originally posted by revdocjim revdocjim wrote:

My sunset shot comes with a bit of a story...
I was at my kids' track meet today and took all my gear; even the 300/2.8! About an hour into the meet my A700 died! I got errors every time I took a photo and when I looked at the result it was obvious there was a problem. Then I removed the lens and released the shutter and the damage was in plain view. One or two of the pieces of the curtain are hanging diagonally across the sensor. This shutter is a mess!

But the only salvation was that the camera still records an image, even when it locks up. Turning it off and back on gets the camera working again.

The track meet was over and we were stopping at the mall for dinner so I parked up on the roof and watched the sunset and took some images with my crippled camera. I will be making a visit to the Sony service place on Monday. In the mean time... here's one of the sunset images.

Location: 35.7419°N, 139.3396°E
Time: 17:46:58 Tokyo Time
Sunset: 18:05




116E     Perth, Western Australia     
Originally posted by mpb mpb wrote:

Here is my effort. I was visiting inlaws in Perth Western Australia for Easter.
Location about
Latitude 32.01 S
Longitude 115.79 E



115E      Busselton, Western Australia
Originally posted by Frankman Frankman wrote:

Well, we had the most dismal sunset. Lots of great sunsets on the thread. Here's my effort, taken from Busselton, Western Australia.



Latitude 33°42'S     Longitude 115°15'E

Cheers, Frank


106E     Jakarta, Indonesia     
Originally posted by kolibri kolibri wrote:

that's a lovely sunset ROL, Oclaf.

here's my take for this saturday. I went to a bridge over a freeway near my home. Jakarta/ Indonesia, long -106, GMT +7,

a700, tamron 17-50@45mm. 1/125s, f/8, iso 200, awb. taken @17:50:00.


a700, tamron 17-50@20mm. 2s, f/16, iso 160, awb. taken @18:13:13.


edit: inserting pic (the 1st, 2nd was orig post)



106E
     Puncak, Indonesia     
Originally posted by michaelg michaelg wrote:

Here's mine from Indonesia.
Actually in the mountains about 2 hours from Jakarta in a place called Puncak.
It was pretty heavy cloud & so not a great result.
Hope next week is better.





102E     Bachok, Malaysia     
Originally posted by sdien sdien wrote:

i wish i have taken the shot at much earlier time, but was away with the family.

this one taken at 19:51, exactly 30 minutes into the official sunset time; +0800 UTC;
6° 0'32"N 102°23'16"E (Bachok, Malaysia)



50E     Manama, Bahrain     
Originally posted by MrZed69 MrZed69 wrote:

Here's mine, pretty disappointing, here's to next Saturday!!

Manama, Bahrain - Latitude: 26° 14' 56 N, Longitude: 50° 33' 4 E @ 17h42
(GMT +3)



Cheers
Dan



37E     Moscow, Russia     
Originally posted by Love Love wrote:

Moscow at 19:46(a850+70-200 F5.6/320 iso400 -for the Swedes out there; Ulofa Palme Street!):


Moscow at 19:52(a850+70-200 F10/400 iso400):




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31E     Durban, South Africa     
Originally posted by Mink Mink wrote:

Here's one from Durban (29°51'39"S, 30°58'43"E, 5.52pm). Unfortunately got there a couple of minutes after the sun set. Picture shows Cato Manor, one of our "townships" (high-density suburb for poor communities) with an up-market mall, the Pavilion, in the background. Beyond the mall is an equally up-market suburb, Westville. My little bit of social commentary...




28E     Bucharest, Romania     
Originally posted by cezarL cezarL wrote:

As it turned out, that rain they were announcing never showed up, the evening sky was clear, maybe even a little too clear
Anyway, here's my (somehwat dull) contribution:




Bucharest, Romania
46.05N lat, 27.58E lng, 19:37 (sunset at 19:45)



ummm... I thought I'd add another one, without the sun in the frame (taken at 19:30)





28E     Oreanjeville, Freestate, South Africa     
Originally posted by Robbie A Robbie A wrote:

Taken in the countryside close to a town called Oreanjeville in the Freestate, South Africa. S 26.56,368' E28.09,696'





26E     Kuusankoski, Kouvola, Finland     
Originally posted by Hezu Hezu wrote:

And results from Kuusankoski, Kouvola, Finland (60° 54' 20.04" N 26° 38' 21.69" E) were a bit less sunny 15 minutes before actual sunset...




17E     Poland     
Originally posted by MiPr MiPr wrote:

Choose one


Sat 03 Apr 2010 06:59:47 PM CEST, N:51°14'1.29" E:17°0'25.21"

Sony A700 + Samyang 8/3.5, f8, 1/2000s, -3EV, ISO 200


Sat 03 Apr 2010 07:05:50 PM CEST, N:51°13'50.69" E:17°0'21.91"

Sony A700 + Samyang 8/3.5, f8, 1/500s, -2EV, ISO 200


Sat 03 Apr 2010 07:07:29 PM CEST, N:51°13'50.69" E:17°0'21.91"

Sony A700 + Min 70-210/3.5-4.5 @ 85mm, f22, 1/320s, -3EV, ISO 200


Sat 03 Apr 2010 07:12:54 PM CEST, N:51°13'50.07" E:17°0'12.22"

Sony A700 + Min 17-35/2.8-4 @ 30mm, f22, 1/60s, -2EV, ISO 200







16E     Vienna, Austria     
Originally posted by carlosdivega carlosdivega wrote:

Hi all here are the shoots from Vienna:



19:04 local time



Taken 3. April 19:10 local time.
Lat: 48°14'21.34"N Long: 16°23'41.95"E
Due to artifical horizon sunset was aprox. 17 min earlier.

A700 + Sigma 24 EX DG + B&W ND10 filter

Carlos Di Vega

PS.: I like all your exzellent shoots.




15E     Sweden     
Originally posted by Swede66 Swede66 wrote:

I was lucky, bad weather all week but today was a beautiful day and I scouted this location and went down about 7.30 PM to capture this. Location N 60° 53,23 E 15° 6,55



Great shots everyone, keep them coming.

I’m so sorry to hear about I700 Jim. I hope they can fix it fast and cheap.



10E     Denmark     
Originally posted by jkp1 jkp1 wrote:

Another one from Denmark:
19.55 CET/GMT+2 sunset, 55,6965 N, 9,870833 E, Altitude 62 m



10E     Denmark     
Originally posted by Tue Romanow Tue Romanow wrote:

Didn't sign up for it but here's one from me.
Denmark 55.516N 9.951E 20:00(GMT+2) (Sunset 19:59 here.)



Edit: And just one more. 5 minutes later, same place...This one in HDR.




9E     Germany     
Originally posted by Micholand Micholand wrote:

Sat 03-Apr-2010
Location: 47°40’05.58’’N 9°20’58.80’’E @ 19:55:43 CEST (GMT+2:00)
Sunset: 19:55 CEST




7E     Venlo, NL     
Originally posted by MAS MAS wrote:

I've had little luck, raining allday long and some luck because it was dry 19:30 which gave me 40 minutes. Thick cloud cover so no great things. Sun is just to the right of the middle (the right end of the bridge)
+6° 8' 39.52" Venlo the Netherlands taken at 20:05 (20:12 official sundown, but it never got better than this) A700 + tokina 35-200
@Mipr I love the second one, fisheye lens?



hope i'll get better weather next time...





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4E     Netherlands     
Originally posted by darosa darosa wrote:

The sun setting in the North Sea; latitude 52.030796, longitude 4.100351. CET 20.21, 3 minutes after ‘official’ sunset.
I was very lucky because we had hail this afternoon , but the skies cleared for Dyxum before sunset.



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3E     France     
Originally posted by we82bl8 we82bl8 wrote:

If you look carefully, you can see the sun behind the cloud. Quite normal for here!
France -3 degrees (and feels like it too).

A100 10mm iso100 f10 1/125sec flash not used



0     London, UK     
Originally posted by Bob J Bob J wrote:

Very overcast for me, but here is my local contribution..


51 29 north, 0 7 East, facing the direction I think the sun was going down in...



2W     Bristol, UK     
Originally posted by russellsbags russellsbags wrote:

Was peeing down all day and didn’t let up for the sunset. I thought my photo was going to be clouds but luckily there was a strip of clear sky right on the horizon. I only stayed dry by sitting on my dog bed in the back of my van.

This was taken just south of Bristol, UK overlooking Bristol International Airport. Shot taken at 19:42 on A700 with Sony 18-250mm at 90mm f/5.6 1/160 sec ISO 500.



(Edit: Resize)



2W     Cheshire, UK     
Originally posted by alig alig wrote:

Sat.3rr April.
Location-Elevation 896feet above sealevel,looking out across the Cheshire plain.
@ 53.1251 N
   2.1985 W
Time 19-38-07 GMT.




2W     North Dorset, UK     
Originally posted by Mark L Mark L wrote:

North Dorset, UK: Lat. 50° 53’ 39” N; Long. 2° 23’ 5” W (as originally specified). 7.38 pm BST. Conditions – overcast and raining. Theoretically the sun is more or less dead centre of the photo.



3W     Burford, South Shropshire, UK     
Originally posted by Peek Peek wrote:

Sorry for the delay. Made it out just as the sun was sneaking behind the hills. Taken last night at 7:40pm, date wasn’t set properly in my camera so reads the 4th instead of 3rd. Taken with an a700 w/ 35-70 f4@ 35mm iso 320 f8 1/320th. This is a manual blend of 2 shots as I wanted to keep the oody sky and some of the foreground detail intact.
Location: Burford-South Shropshire
Latitude: 52.314292 Longitude: -2.594663



3W     East Devon, UK     
Originally posted by sue sue wrote:

I never saw the sun,but it did stop raining and the clouds coloured up
East Devon,50.70N,3.07W    7.50pm




3W     River Wye Herefordshire, UK     
Originally posted by ianb ianb wrote:

BBC Weather was right some break in the cloud gave way to some sort of sunset, even though I never really saw the sun!
Slithered down a steep muddy bank to get to this position and the cameras and I were mud encrusted at the bottom!

River Wye Herefordshire- geotagged geo:lat=51.991560 geo:lon=-2.603325 (position courtesy Google Maps)

”My Sunset” @ 17:41 -

Dynax 5D Tamron 18-250 @ 18mm/f6.3/50th/iso100

or Portrait Version

Dynax 5D Tamron 18-250 @ 20mm/f5.6/50th/iso100

”Official Sunset” @ 17:46 -

Dynax 5D Tamron 18-250 @ 30mm/f5/60th/iso100

Ianb



64W     Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada     
Originally posted by sdm9465 sdm9465 wrote:

Not exactly the conditions I was hoping for...

Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada
44.49° N 63.89° W
19:43:25 ADT (22:43:25 UTC)
Sunset time: 19:45 ADT (22:45 UTC)



And another taken from a location nearby 21 minutes later.




74W     New York, USA     
Originally posted by MacDonaldJ2 MacDonaldJ2 wrote:

I wanted to get this shot from the Brooklyn bridge looking into Manhattan, however we walked the bridge earlier in the day and the line for dinner was a good hour long. This is taken from outside of the BEST pizza place in NYC – Grimaldi’s...not sure if I like the processing, but it isn’t about that now is it?





74W     Oakland, NJ, USA     
Originally posted by thomcher144 thomcher144 wrote:

Mother Nature did not cooperate this evening.
It was sunny and beautiful until about 18:40 than the clouds rolled in, sunset was @ 19:23 but was slightly earlier due to the closness to the Ramapo Mts. Taken @ 19:12


A330, Tamron 28-300

Location 41D 01' 06.49N 74D 14' 43.32W Dogwood School parking lot Oakland, NJ USA

TOM



75W     Southern New Jersey, USA     
Originally posted by smcabbott smcabbott wrote:

It was a bit cloudy here at the end of the day, but the sun still managed to peek through.

Southern New Jersey, N 39/W 75, 19:20 EST



This shot was taken about 20 minutes earlier.



Just so I wasn't cheating on April Foolishness, both shots taken with the a900 and 500/8.



78W     USA     
Originally posted by bms44974 bms44974 wrote:

Overcast skies after about 16:30. This was taken 19:30 (DST; GMT-4:00), 7 minutes before sunset at N 35° 45’ 51” W078° 45’ 50”


A700+1680Z(16mm); f8; ISO200; 1/80th

Not much of a view from my front yard. I have a better spot picked out if the weather cooperates.

Cheers... Brian



79W     North Moreland Park, east of Pittsburgh, PA, USA     
Originally posted by Medved Medved wrote:




Taken at 1938 in North Moreland Park, east of Pittsburgh, PA Lat. -79.36. Heavy overcast all day and a strong west wind so it was not great. I'll take a second try next week. Maybe I can find a better location too.



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80W?     USA     
Originally posted by Blackroughy Blackroughy wrote:

Clear sky all the way to work. I drop my laptop off in my office and head down to snap the sunrise, but clouded up...



82W     Newcomerstown, OH, USA     
Originally posted by alpha_in_exile alpha_in_exile wrote:

40.28°N 81.6°W, Newcomerstown, OH (parent's house, instead of my home location), USA, approx. 7:48 local time (EST)





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(same hills, same sun, two different compositions)



83W     Ann Arbor, MI, USA     
Originally posted by 9000AF 9000AF wrote:

Just caught a hole in the clouds.



N42° 15' 23", W83° 50' 24", outside of Ann Arbor, MI, USA

A500, Tamron 70-200mm f2.8 @ 150mm ISO400 1/160s F10 Auto HDR 2.0EV handheld, 20:04 EDT.





86W     Indiana, USA     
Originally posted by behimey behimey wrote:

Clouds came in just before sunset.....



A850, Sigma 17-35, F16, 1/25, ISO 200

longitude 86 degrees.




97W     Port Aransas, Tx, USA     
Originally posted by momech momech wrote:

Port Aransas, Tx; just up the coast from Corpus Christi. 97 degrees
Basically got shut out. Heavy overcast and mist rolled in about an hour before sunset, and heavy winds helped drive the water level way down.



A900; CZ 24-70 @ 40mm; ISO 200; f 11; .8 sec



117W     Northern Alberta, USA     
Originally posted by rdpye rdpye wrote:



Peace River, Northern Alberta, 56°14′02″N 117°17′23″W 8:15pm



118W     Hermosa Beach, California, USA     
Originally posted by ADub128 ADub128 wrote:

Here are two shots of the Hermosa Pier in Hermosa Beach, CA, maybe 45 miles northwest of where onritsu took his shots. Approximate lat-lon = 33°51'N, 118°24'W.

Hermosa Sunset 1

A700 | Tam 28-75 at 60mm | ISO 400 | 1/160s at f/8 + 2/3EV | 7:12pm

Hermosa Sunset 2

A700 | Tam 28-75 at 28mm | ISO 400 | 1/100s at f/9 | 7:14pm

I'm in Phoenix, AZ next weekend, so probably a sunset shot from there next Saturday.

Really fun to see everyone's shots. Keep them coming!



118W     Laguna beach, California, USA     
Originally posted by onritsu onritsu wrote:

Was not a very exciting sunset today but heres my 2 choices

#1


Laguna Beach, California 33.52694,-117.77014 7:08 pm

#2


Laguna Beach, California 33.52694,-117.77014 7:12 pm



122W     East peak of Mount Tamalpais, Mill Valley, CA, USA     
Originally posted by Dave_Anderson Dave_Anderson wrote:

I drove 2 hours North, hoping to get a nice HDR Pano from the top of Mount Tamalpais. Even before I crossed the Golden Gate I could tell that there were few clouds in the sky but I forged ahead, determined to make the best of it. I'm finding the HDR Pano process a bit frustrating; I need to do more research and experimenting. While playing with it I am only using 1,000 pixel high conversions to save time. Here is the neutral exposure, levels twiddled a bit in PS:

7:34pm PST; 37.929108N -122.577735E, East peak of Mount Tamalpais, Mill Valley, CA, USA






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122W     San Francisco, California, USA     
Originally posted by al al wrote:

San Francisco, California 37.7793, -122.4192 @7:34pm

edit: location was 37.756, -122.4725

The Pacific Ocean overlooking San Francisco's Sunset District

A500, CZ 16-80mm @80mm, 1/100sec, f/8, ISO 200




123W     Vancouver. BC, Canada     
Originally posted by WestCoast WestCoast wrote:

7:30pm Vancouver. BC. Sorry no sunset, but you get to look out my livingroom window.





 



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Fantastic series! I enjoyed watching all photos. That's incredible how many of them were "clouded"

Thank you Bob very much for putting it all together ...
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Well done everyone, and special thanks to Bob for all the hard work assembling the collection.

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I really enjoyed being a part of this. Thanks everyone and especially Bob for putting in the time and effort. I'm looking forward to the next one.

Just food for thought but could we organise this to happen say 4 times a year. Maybe around the solstice and equinox times rather than just a random day. I understand it's a lot of work but if we all supplied our latitudes I think it would be much easier.
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Thanks for all the hard work, Bob -- and on your birthday too!

@Mipr - well you do need a bit of cloud or haze in the sky to get the most spectacular sunsets, but nature overdid it a bit in my case.

@ Frank - yours is a spectacular photo - because of the cloud. How close to sunset was this in fact? -- the Sun looks to be quite high in the sky

As an experiment, I have been taking a pic a night from the same spot -- just outside my house -- ever since. I may post them in another thread later.
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Just awsome, fantastic to see how the weather changes, the different colors and locations across the world.
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Very cool, I enjoyed being part of this and seeing all the results. Many thanks to Bob for organizing everything. Looking forward to the next try!
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@BobJ - thanks for organizing everything. Well done! And happy birthday too.

Really great to see everything organized in "longitudinal" order, coupled with the variations in geography and atmosphere!

Some minor nits about the order of the California shots. They should go like this (from east to west, and also happen to be from south to north):

-- Laguna Beach - onritsu
-- Hermosa Beach - my shots (ADub128)
-- San Francisco - al
-- Mt. Tamalpais - Dave_Anderson

I'm looking forward to shooting next weekend. It may take a little longer for me to post since I'll be traveling.
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Thanks for all the work Bob,interesting results.I too am surprised with the amount of cloud cover around the world.Is it on again for this weekend as vaguely suggested? and happy birthday
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