Twilight at Pawnee

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  1. ccd333

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    The sun sets and the moon rises near Pawnee Buttes in northeastern Colorado.

    Sony DSC-W1
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    Tripod

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    I like it! I like it very much.
     
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    Great use of shadows, light and colours.
    I find it hard to get all three just right in a photo.
    You have done it.
    Great photo, IMO.
     
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    very nice capture! I was quite surprised when I saw you picture, a flat horizon as far as the eyes can see without the Rocky mountains which I always associate with Colorado.
     
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    lovely colors, lovely composition :) good job,
    I like the way you captured shadows on the ground :)
     
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    Thanks, everyone. Yes, conch....it's not typical. But, almost 40% of Colorado is this way. That's what make these Buttes stand out so much. This would be looking to the southeast toward Kansas.
     
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    Very very nice!
     
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    Just an afterthought. I would love to see this double exposed with the moon much larger (maybe 5x). As is, looks great
     
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    very beautiful ! [​IMG]
     
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    what he said! nice work.
     
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    Great eye. Didn't really even notice the moon before, just quickly glanced at it. Anyway I agree this would be really awesome if the moon was huge :) Nice work!
     
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    Nice picture. I lived in Sterling for 10 years.
     

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