Sunset and Dusk photos April 2005

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  1. andrewman

    andrewman TPF Noob!

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    Hi everyone :)

    Just found this forum tonight, here are 4 sunset and dusk photo's I have taken over the last couple of weeks.

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  2. Chase

    Chase I am now benign! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Welcome Andrew!

    I really like the first shot, the cloud pattern around the sun is great. Hope you enjoy the forum!
     
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    welcome to tpf andrew! nice shots :)
     
  4. David A Sercel

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    Great shots. I really like the 4th one.
     
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    Ahhh... my absolute favorite time of day. Because I'm too lazy to get up for sunrise!

    Welcome to the forums Andrew!
     
  6. andrewman

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    Many thanks for the warm welcome, glad you enjoyed my photos :)
     
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    the 4th one is awesome! what did you shoot it with??
     
  8. andrewman

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    Thanks mfacer I used a Fuji S5500.
     

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