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Thread: Sunsets!

  1. #1111
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    One more, same day as the last one.

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    Aldor88, I really like both your sunsets, but what I like about the 2nd one is that "veiled" sun. Rather unusual, thanks for sharing.
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    I've been shooting too many sunsets lately, the sun sets so early so thats the only time i catch it. This is the last one for a while, i swear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldor88 View Post
    I've been shooting too many sunsets lately, the sun sets so early so thats the only time i catch it. This is the last one for a while, i swear! :
    nice image of a frosty sunset, i see you live by the lake?

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    A nearly-full moon was behind me...
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    Sunset on the 19th December on the Scafells, the highest mountains in England:


    and from the same place, the sunset out over the Irish Sea with the Isle of Man silhouetted:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post
    nice image of a frosty sunset, i see you live by the lake?
    My answer is a bit late, must have missed it before christmas.

    Its not a lake actually, its connected to the sea . And i live 500meters or so from the coast, this is a mile down the coast tho. Nice place to walk during sunsets .
    If you look at the picture with the veiled sun i posted earlier this pic was taken just after the house and the last peer.
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    The trees may look familiar...

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    In/on the way to Costa Rica
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    Beautiful sunsets guys. I love this thread when I've not visited it for a while catching up is lovely.
    Sean welcome to the forum. The IoM shot is my favourite very cool. Are you still using the Olympus or did you upgrade?
    Last edited by Phill D; 12-30-2007 at 12:34 AM.
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