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Old Jun 19, 2008, 8:56 AM   #1
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I sat for about an hour, in the sand, my back resting up against a driftwood log..... enjoying the solitude. I took a string of beach shots, with tall beach grass growing out of the sand jumbled all about the strewing of the driftwood. I'll wade through those and see if I have anything worthy to share. You have to wait into the 9 o'clock hour to get sunsets this time of year, the waning light can go way past 10 PM, as we are now experiencing about 17 hours of discernible daylight. I'll have to try and stay up later to capture some of that deep purple it is beautiful..... I hope you do enjoy this series from last night :bye:
















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Old Jun 19, 2008, 1:47 PM   #2
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..... I hope you do enjoy this series from last night :bye:
The sun set here almost an hour ago and I was preparing for adinner...I must say your series (as well as your narration!) hasinspired me to open a bottle of red wine : )

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Old Jun 19, 2008, 6:24 PM   #3
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bahadir wrote:
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eddie haskell wrote:
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..... I hope you do enjoy this series from last night :bye:
The sun set here almost an hour ago and I was preparing for adinner...I must say your series (as well as your narration!) hasinspired me to open a bottle of red wine : )

Love from the Aegean

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Wow....can't say I ever invoked that sort of response before.....

Does this mean you're going to put anotherstraw in the wine bottle Bahadir,upon which I can sip too :?

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eddie haskell wrote:
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eddie haskell wrote:
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..... I hope you do enjoy this series from last night :bye:
The sun set here almost an hour ago and I was preparing for adinner...I must say your series (as well as your narration!) hasinspired me to open a bottle of red wine : )

Love from the Aegean

Bahadır

Wow....can't say I ever invoked that sort of response before.....

Does this mean you're going to put anotherstraw in the wine bottle Bahadir,upon which I can sip too :?
Why?Thesecaptures revealenoughwarmth I believe!

Hey, Imight as wellfetch another goblet to do more justice to the content if you don't mind :G
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These are excellent sunset shots, but #1 really catches me the best but all are great, well done
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