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Old Mar 9, 2005, 2:00 AM   #31
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I went outside yesterday evening cause I noticed there were some great cloud formations and I got these photos. Unfortunately I was about 30 minutes too late, but still found something worth shooting.
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Old Mar 9, 2005, 2:01 AM   #32
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Here is the next shot I took, zoomed up a bit.
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Old Mar 9, 2005, 6:32 AM   #33
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straight from the camera to Panorama Maker. no post-processing.


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Old Mar 9, 2005, 9:03 AM   #34
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Just resized.


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Old Mar 9, 2005, 9:05 AM   #35
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With flood filter


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Old Mar 9, 2005, 11:29 AM   #36
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Lots of nice sunset shots.
Just a few more, of mine. I do like sunsets and try to seek them out, every day they occur.

Here the sun has set.


Here is a sunset "sunpillar" that lasted 10 to 12 minutes. Sun pillars are caused by plate-shaped ice crystals in high cirrus clouds. Miles above the ground, it's always cold enough for these crystals to form - even above a hot desert.


Here are some "crepuscular rays" at sunset.


Final light at sunset.






After the rain stopped, clouds were slowly dissipating. The moisture was condensing and rising at sunset.


Solar disk (top) "Notching" at sunset, just before being enveloped by horizon cloud bank.
No filter needed due to haze and encroaching clouds.




Thanks for viewing and hope I didn't bore you.:|



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Old Mar 9, 2005, 12:53 PM   #37
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m.achure wrote:
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You just keep at this and some time next year I might get bored

Wonder shots, role on cloudless skys.

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m.achure wrote:
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Bore? Are you kidding? Those are great photos. I especially like "sunpillar". Nice shots
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Not the most spectacular sunrise but, it has that kind of peaceful easy feeling.
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