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A Mega sunset in Spain

SFTphotography

Old Hand
I spent a wonderful evening in the Canyon Anisclo at the end of September. Here's a few from the shoot.

I had settled on this composition to hide a rather ugly bird hide deeper to the right and to frame the view North through the Canyon

_DSC3658 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr

_DSC3682 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr

Out of the corner of my eye I could see the sunlight also hit the peak of Pena Montanesa (facing due east) so I set up a second tripod to frame this shot and so I could keep the tripod in the position of the former two.

_DSC3687 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr

The light got better and better

_DSC3702 (1) by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr

And after it faded I returned to my other tripod and grabbed this

_DSC3712 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr
 

Snips

Always on
Good examples of how changing light can make such a difference.

All great shots - think I'd go for the first as being my favourite.
 
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