Thursday, November 20, 2014

Red Sky at Sunset

Ralph B. Clark Park in Fullerton. F/11, 1/125sec exposure, ISO 250, 200mm focal length. Cropped and edited in Photoshop
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31 comments:

  1. Marvelous!

    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  2. Wonderful photo, I love that frame, wonderful colors in this beautiful sunset !! Red sky and great sun !!

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  3. Goodness, I've never seen a sky that red before. I'd have thought the world was ending. Beautiful!

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  4. Fantastic photo! Love all those colors including the yellow orb of the setting sun.

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  5. Wow - the sky is on fire and it's gorgeous!

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  6. Very nice! It looks a poster! Kind of like "the Endless Summer." Without the surfer...

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  7. Great looking picture and of course, I one the birds!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  8. Holy Cow...I've never seen such a beautiful RED sky such as this...breathtaking...

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  9. The colours are amazing, beautiful capture.

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  10. I think the colour made me spend longer with this image than I otherwise would have. I love the silhouettes of the trees, and the way the sun appears so yellow!

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  11. I feel like I'm looking at an image of Africa. Beautiful!

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  12. Amazing! The colors are fantastic!

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  13. Fiery and Dramatic, Stunning Shot!

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  14. I see a lot of other commenters have used the word I was going to -- "fiery." this is an amazing shot!

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  15. Cool edit ... like it very much!

    Irene

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  16. I guess that is as red as it gets :)

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  17. Wow! I've always wondered how they do closeup sunset shots in shows like the National Geographic. So 200mm is the key :)

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  18. Like the DVD cover of Apocalypse Now! Great and very spectacular shot. Congratulations!

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