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If humans were in charge of sunsets...

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Old 22-11-20, 05:52
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Default If humans were in charge of sunsets...

...you'd get this (tonight in LA).

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Old 27-11-20, 19:42
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Great set of sunset pics. Can you post them in the appropriate gallery?

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Old 28-11-20, 03:55
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Very Nice, and yes please post in the gallery
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Old 30-11-20, 10:19
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If I was in charge of them you'd have the sun moving all over the place at weekends, setting in the north at lunchtime from one viewpoint then setting again 20 degrees over 10 minutes later...
While the timing doesn't make things easy to get the sunset exactly where you want I guess nature does a better job than I'd manage.
Even with control of the sunsets I 'd find it hard to beat your first shot!

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Old 07-12-20, 13:42
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photos at sunset and sunrise come out best. You can't take pictures in the east or sunset
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Old 12-09-21, 19:52
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Very nice captures!
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