Amazing Sunset

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I was going through some old pictures and came across these. They were taken in Feb. of 2005. At one point, most of the sky to the west looked like it was on fire.


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Wow! That really is red!
If you'd like a small suggestion, I would crop out a lot of the black at the bottom of the first one. There isn't anything down there that adds to the image but empty space.
 
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markc said:
Wow! That really is red!
If you'd like a small suggestion, I would crop out a lot of the black at the bottom of the first one. There isn't anything down there that adds to the image but empty space.

Good point and I agree. I actually thought of that after I submitted them.

PS: That was the actual colour. I haven't modified them in any way at all. It was quite wierd as everything was lite up red becuase of the sunset. In fact, I was inside in a room with a smallish window that faced southeast and when I looked out everything had a reddish glow to it.
 

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mysteryscribe said:
I saw it and immediately thought panorama crop.

On the whole fire in the sky comes to mind.

Ditto...

Altough I would shop out the lamp posts too...but you obviously like those :D
 

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beautiful skies! i love#1... a slight crop to the foreground could improve it IMHO :)
thanks for sharing these
 

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