hey! sun goes down too!

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    photobug TPF Noob!

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    Amazing! Haven't seen one of these for awhile. Most of my days have sun rises, but no sunsets. Nice change of pace. :)


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    I had a busy day today. ;)
     
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    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    The second one is perfect. I can feel the breeze on my face, and the warmth in the air...
     
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    :shock: That second one is amazing. Makes me feel like I was right there.
     
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    Man O Man, You take great sunset shots. Simply great work.
     
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    Those shots are superb, I love the reflection of the light in the first one.... and the sky in the last three is truly awe inspiring. Where were these taken?
     
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    BEAUTIFUL...............
     
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    Thanks for the great comments. Sunsets are fairly new for me, I'm usually in bed by then in the summer (early work hours), so these turned out ok. I'm still trying to figure out how to get the direct sun thing on digital. I either get underexposed scenes or blown out suns. [sigh]

    Scurra- these were taken in Columbia Park on the Columbia River in Washington state. The park is in Kennewick, I live across the river in Pasco. The water is so flat because it's backed up behind several dams, so it's more like a large lake than a river, though there is quite a current out in the middle.
     
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    The last 3 are definately post card material. Fantastic job.. get up late more often!
     
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    I really love the first one, but these are all very nice! Good work!:thumbsup:
     
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    Great photos Jim. The third one is my personal favorite.
     

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