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A different kind of sunset

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That is really special.  Just two colours (mostly), shades of blue and shades of orange/red.

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Excellent photo.

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Thank you gentlemen for your kind comments.    

 

 

 

 

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Very very nice,  I had missed this thread until I saw the image on the main FZ page

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Regards,

Armando

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Lovely image Larry.  Good to see you posting again; I trust that life is well with you.

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