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Old Jul 23, 2014, 3:44 PM   #1
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Default A couple more sunsets (Colorado, Utah, Oregon)

Colorado National Monument



Utah-Nevada border (straight from the camera, no editing except for crop)



Oregon Coast (Fort Stevens State Park)

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Old Jul 23, 2014, 4:43 PM   #2
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WoW Fantastic Shots
the first one is Reeeealy nice
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Old Jul 23, 2014, 5:01 PM   #3
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What beautiful views.

I need to get home to view these on my better screen. At work on my uncalibrated LCD panel the first image looks like it's been taken one too many HDR steps, but like I said, once home tonight it could look completely different. It's a little flat as I look at it now, but may look great 3-4 hours from now The sky could not have cooperated any more. It's perfect.

EDIT: Ah.....from home, much nicer. Excellent even. I would have edited out that one red dot that appears to be some flare in the foreground.

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All beautiful. Of course, I'm partial to the one from Oregon.
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I like them all. A really nice series, and a nice selection of geographic locations. Well done.


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All beautiful. Of course, I'm partial to the one from Oregon.
LOL. I wonder why.
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wow, wow , wow excellent shots can't even pick a favorite but the second two are just splendid
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What a beautiful set, the firs shot is very well done, I love the colors and even the flare complement the scene.

The last one is interesting, very calm and nostalgic mood.

I'll be in Utah the 3rd week of August shooting different locations.

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Great shots, tricky exposures. I'm with chiPersei voting for the Fort Stevens State Park shot... Can't help but think how good that would look as a large cibachrome print, such depth in the colours. Wow!
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I actually have never printed out any of my photos, which will change once I get a house. But I'll have to experiment with types of prints.
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SUPER good! I like the Fort Stevens Park best of the three but any one could easily be a #1 choice.
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