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Old Oct 25, 2014, 6:28 PM   #1
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Default Sailing into the sunset.

Sailing into the sunset: - at 12mm of my 12-60mm zoom lens on the E-3, OOC shot showing the blues, orange and gold tones of a Florida sunset on the Tampa Bay entrance to the Gulf of Mexico.



I've always liked the blues and oranges of an evening sunset, and being at sea gives an unrestricted view. Another one shot at 21mm.


A few shots at 60mm:




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Old Oct 26, 2014, 8:49 AM   #2
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Great vantage-point. Never get tired of looking at a beautiful sunset.
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How is it that crooked horizons are missed
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Really nice shots. Is that your boat in the first photo?
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Thanks for looking and commenting Greg and james.

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........... Is that your boat in the first photo?
Not mine James; I just borrowed Rupert Murdoch's yacht for a while. LOL
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Lol!
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Beautiful pictures Steven, love the colors and peaceful mood of this shots.

Nice to have that kind of friends..!!
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Thank you for looking and your comments, Marcelo.
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Steve . the sunset looks fabulous...
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Steve . the sunset looks fabulous...
Thank you very much, Harj.
(Sorry for the late acknowledgement, I somehow missed your post until now. )
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