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Sunset Marina
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"Returning with a friend from a wonderful seafood dinner, I spied the makings of a nice sunset. I tried in vain to capture it over a marsh, but with poor results. My friend suggested the marina, but I was afraid it would be too late. To my delight, the best color developed after the sun was already below the horizon and allowed me this wonderful image." For all the sunset shots I've captured over the years, Mother Nature still plays games with me (and shows me how it's done).



Gorgeous Sky
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"This is the only photo on my site that I didn't take. It was captured by my daughter while we were ordering ice cream sundaes at a favorite haunt (60+ flavors, all homemade, including the walnuts & whip cream — what's not to like?) I was ordering (and paying, of course) and she turned around in time to see it, quickly asked her cousin for her camera, and captured this image just to show me I wasn't the only one who could occasionally get lucky with a camera (kids do that sorta thing...)"



Colored Sunset
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"This is an unusual color scheme that I've only seen a few times. The clouds near the top are lit with a midday whiter light while the horizon is much redder making the dense cloud sections look almost blue."



Rolling Clouds Sunset
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"I'm always fascinated by the variations of nature's fickle artistry. I used a very wide angle lens to capture this scene stretching across the entire sky while the wind continued to squeeze the clouds into a tight roll."



Sunset Storm
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"This was a most unusual catch. A long telephoto lens helped me fill the viewfinder with rich color and especially the rare lavender shades making for a fascinating and variegated sky. The lone, small, naked tree on this winter evening appears stark and cold compared to the color which backlights it, exemplifying nature's unusual juxtapositions."
 

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