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By scuttlefish
I think I have rescued this with a tweak to the USM. The backdrop of trees were blurred / slightly out of focus. This is the landscape format taken 3 minutes later than the earlier one I posted.

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Voters: markthompson, ericfaragh, jan's and 4 more

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ericfaragh Plus
18 149 6 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2005 7:09AM
Beautiful colours, lovely image. Well done.
markthompson 17 13 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2005 7:09AM
I prefer the portrait one but this is still a great shot with a fabulous sky. I was just debating whether to upload a sunset shot myself today.
jan's 17
1 Jan 2005 7:13AM
Excellent shot,lovely colour of sky.
1 Jan 2005 7:39AM
Gorgeous colours, well captured. Click

Happy New Year
kinfatric 17 550 9 Scotland
1 Jan 2005 8:19AM
beautful sunset and shot.
Wishing You A Happy New Year.
lyne 17 15
1 Jan 2005 3:52PM
Beautiful sunset wonderful colours lyne.
glazzaro 16 70 23 United States
1 Jan 2005 8:18PM
Ouch, what a shot! Love the color and detail, way to go mate that is a keeper! Click!
2 Jan 2005 2:51AM
Thanks for the comments. It's never ceases to amaze me just how small the time frame window is when catching sunsets and sun rises. It literally is a matter of minutes before you lose it all.

I reeled off about 50 shots on this sunset and only these two had the quality needed to be good photos. The rest were slightly blurred or of the wrong composition.

It taught me one thing.....never leave the tripod behind.

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