Alberta Sunset (7 smaller images)

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  1. Peanuts

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    finally got a sunset! Shame I forgot to clean my lens before hand and bring my bug spray. :confused: Please do critique as there will probably be more sunsets similar to this one this week and I would love to go back and 'try again'.

    The only editing I did to these photos was cropping, except the last which I took two images together to bring out the mountains and the foreground.

    Thanks for viewing!

    They can be viewed 'full size' at http://www.flickr.com/photos/britstaddon/sets/789048/

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    the 4th and the last 1 are brilliant where are they taken from ?
     
  3. Peanuts

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    Thanks for the reply. These were taken in the Calgary area of Alberta Canada.
     
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    very nice.

    the last is my favorite!
     
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    You said you "finally got a sunset." I guess! These are beautiful. I love the first and the forth, but Nos. 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 are great too :lol:
     
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    Good camera work!!! I think frames 1 thru 3 are the strongest. Mostly because of the clouds.
     
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    Well thank you very much everyone. I was lucky to get it actually, as it was extremely hazy for the first 15 min. (Such as the 4th image shows) but it cleared up right before it set. Then I got even luckier. On the way back, I came across two wild trumpeter swans (relatively 'rare' here), and then a harvest moon. I might get those up later.

    Thank you very much everyone. Hopefully I can get out later this week and try some of them again.

    Brit
     
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    Good job! I love our nice prarie sky's here in alberta! I love the last one and the first 3. Good shooting!
     

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