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Old Jul 30, 2012, 5:10 PM   #1
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Not often we get this

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Old Jul 31, 2012, 5:43 PM   #2
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G'day fz

Not often do you see a sunset?? is that the case
[tongue in cheek] is that 'coz the weather is always so awful & rainy > going on the books I read about cold & windy nights...

image wise - love it as a pano with 1/2 the sky removed to force my eye down to the horizon line

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G'day fz

Not often do you see a sunset?? is that the case
[tongue in cheek] is that 'coz the weather is always so awful & rainy > going on the books I read about cold & windy nights...

image wise - love it as a pano with 1/2 the sky removed to force my eye down to the horizon line

Regards, Phil
Yes Phil that's pretty much the case i'm afraid
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I understand where Phil is going with his suggestion but for me the the interest in the image is the sky not the horizon line. I like it the way it is

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