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Port Hood Sunset

Just after capturing the sun going down over the dunes at Port Hood (previous post), I went to the shore, where I had selected a position that would allow  me to place my tripod at the edge of the water, with waves lapping over the rocks. Within a few minutes the sun kissed the horizon and created the marvelous colors on the clouds, the sunburst, and reflections, as you see below.

Port Hood Sunset

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