Rays of the Sun

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  1. Slowboat

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    Well, here it goes, my first post and request for critique and hopefully many more. Any how was out last Friday at a friends house and this awesome sunset presented itself.

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    gorgeous! i can't remember the last time i saw a sky like that..
     
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    Me either, but thats a damn fine way of capturing one. Good job matey :thumbsup:
     
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    wowowow
    awesome sky
    my only suggestion is maybe crop out the tall trees at the right edge,
    or maybe not... they kind of work with the rays to give a sense of distance
     
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    wow! unexplainable.
     
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    Beautiful Shot! good work...can't wait to see more

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    Thanks everyone for the comments. I was lucky to be at the right place at the right time.

    I just wish I could have gotten more shots of those clouds with something more interesting in the foreground. But suburbia fence lines and house roofs really detracted from those images.
     
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    Simply Stunning. I have been tryin hard to get a shot like this for the last couple of weeks, but the sky has not been very cooperative with me. Nioce capture.
     
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    suburbia, lol :lol: it looks like the camera is floating in the ethereal time-stream!

    might have been interesting to get some houses/etc. in there for some contrasting content... but since they're in the silhouette, probably too dark for that :?
     
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