Just by luck I found a group that goes out every month and takes sunset photos at a park by my house. I joined them this weekend and here is what I came back with. I was real happy with these at first and my attraction has faded after looking at them over the past few days. Is that common? Does that mean I am realizing that they are not the best? I didn't play with too much post processing. All I have is the Nikon software that came with my camera. #1 Here is the first. Nothing exciting here. The colors are what pulled me in to this one. Exif: Model: NIKON D90 ISO: 100 Exposure: 1/100 sec Aperture: 3.8 Focal Length: 24mm Flash Used: No #2 I was playing with the WB on these - Cloudy set to A3 Exif: Model: NIKON D90 ISO: 800 Exposure: 1/60 sec Aperture: 8 Focal Length: 20mm Flash Used: No #3 I changed the WB to Cloudy B3 on this one. I like the blue it pulled out of the sky. The horizon is a little blown out on this one. Exif: Model: NIKON D90 ISO: 800 Exposure: 1/125 sec Aperture: 4 Focal Length: 20mm Flash Used: No #4 This one was after everyone left. I could still see something there and wanted to play with long exposures. This is around 15 seconds. Exif: Model: NIKON D90 ISO: 100 Exposure: 15 sec Aperture: 3.5 Focal Length: 20mm Flash Used: No Thanks for the feedback!