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  1. #2841
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    I prefer the composition of the second tower photo, but would like it more in high contrast B&W.

  2. #2842
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    Rich, both have merit, but the second would look good with a frame around it.
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  3. #2843
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    Lukas

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  4. #2844
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    Yup. That was a nice sunset last night. Ours was pretty much sans clouds... and I watched it from work. As usual.
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  5. #2845
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    This one is from a while ago. Sunrise back in October.
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  6. #2846
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    It could be pretty much any night. Seems that when I'm off the fog rolls in, and when I'm working the sunsets are pristine. Lately, even the sunsets I could shoot are cloud free, so not very interesting.

    C'est la vie...
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  7. #2847
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    Yeah, haven't had any nice sunsets for awhile. There was a nice sunrise earlier this week though. Not so nice that I was angry I didn't get to photograph it though.
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    I was used to (reads spoilded by) the sunsets in Arizona which tend to be spectacular and then some. Hence the state flag. Not complaining, as the temperature stays well below the 115 degrees that generated those sunsets.

    Plain old ocean sunsets are still fun to watch, but a little boring to shoot. We are typically below the "cloud line" you get up in the Bay Area... but every once in a while...
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  9. #2849
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    I haven't had much luck in AZ. You get those sunsets in monsoon season?
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  10. #2850
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    Yes, usually the most colorful are in July, August, and September. Although some good ones turn up year around. The Canyon and Sedona have some spectacular sunsets and colors in that time period as well.

    Posted before... but this time just as an examples. Colors were not modified. Missed the "dancing Lightning" on the North Rim by about 15 minutes (according to the ranger). The second was taken from my back yard. #3 in Mesa.

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