C&C a few please.

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  1. Idaho21

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    Here are a few recent pics that I took in the last week or so.

    This is my Sig P226-
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    This one was taken as the sun had almost completely set-
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    This is a pic of the sky during the same sunset-
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    the first is fine except for the distracting text.
    i wish i could see the horizon on the 3rd
     
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    I do have a very similar shot with the horizon as well. I just liked the color transition in the sky pic. I'll post it in a minute.
     
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    Here it is-

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    #2 and the second #3 are badass I like them alot................
     
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    Straighten the horizon...it's tilting to the right.

    It looks like you may have dust or lint on your sensor too...there's a weird shadow in the upper right. It's more pronounced in the picture without the horizon.
     

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