Hillarys Boat Harbour 2020 1

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    Nice set!
     
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    Especially liked #3.
     
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    Nice set and 3 for me as well.
     
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    Nice set. You do seem to be blessed with colorful skies. I like #1. It made me think about how I shoot sunsets. Usually the setting or just set sun is in the center. I'll think twice from now on.
     
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    Nice set, wonderful sky in number one.......
     
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    Yes, # 3 for me as well.

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    Thanks. I like 3 best as well.

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    Thanks. We are having some ripper sunsets. A lot of times I am shooting "sideways " to the sun as not to blow out the image plus getting the beautiful cloud colours. If the clouds are in front of the sun I sometimes use them to diffuse the light.

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    Good shooting! I was particularly impressed by the beauty of the sky in the first photo. I really like how you have the seagull in the left corner of shot number 3. The bird being there really adds a lot to the scene. I have found that many times seagulls add a distracting element but in this case the bird adds a lot of depth, and scale.
     

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