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    Posted: 20 hours 49 minutes ago at 22:31
Tonight's sunset

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Originally posted by clk230 clk230 wrote:

Originally posted by Phil Wood Phil Wood wrote:

Ridgeway sunset.
I like the deliberate framing you've chosen and the minimalistic but interesting silhouetted horizon.


Thanks - it turned out roughly as planned, though I did a little straightening. The framing was mainly the FL (July Prime time) and avoiding the sun. I'm still trying to work out what the rectangular shape was - a lorry/truck perhaps.

Originally posted by LAbernethy LAbernethy wrote:

very nice Phil. I can almost hear the crickets. TFS.


Thanks Lee - but I'm sorry to say that I can't recall any crickets that evening.
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Originally posted by Phil Wood Phil Wood wrote:

Ridgeway sunset.
I like the deliberate framing you've chosen and the minimalistic but interesting silhouetted horizon.
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very nice Phil. I can almost hear the crickets. TFS.
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Ridgeway sunset.


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A CanyonLands NP, Utah sunset, as photographed from Island in the Sky

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Greek sunset

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Stormy sunset

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I like this. To bad it has all the contrails I think it would look even better but itís great as is to. Tfs
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What would that image be without the magic triangles of light in the reflecting pool? Great photo, Pieter!
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The sun setting right behind the Radio Kootwijk building


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