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Moon and Planet pic

jmd
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Re: Moon and Planet pic

That is a lovely picture - very atmospheric.
I think all the photos that have been shown are good.
pierre_pierre
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Sunset over Cardigan Bay Aug 08
pierre_pierre
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The Coastguard station Cardigan Bay
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Quote from: 4Candles
To follow the sunrise, here's a sunset, looking over the Moray Firth, taken on Midsummer's Day 2004 from my track leading to the road.

During midsummer - the sunset and sunrise over the Muray are presumably fairly close in the northern sky  ?
Down here in Perthshire I've got mountains due north so the sun never 'hits' the real horizon.
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Quote from: pierre_pierre
Sunset over Cardigan Bay Aug 08


Having camped on the Pembrokeshire coastal path, that nice shot brought back pleasant memories . We had a couple of stunding sunsets over the sea.
pierre_pierre
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How lucky was I that was my hotel bedroom window  Smiley
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What fantastic photographs. Be3g's is worthy of The Cloud Appreciation website - truly beautiful.
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I think I will have to get the crew together and set sail in the Hispaniola for the Caribbean as this thread has been hijacked by the natives...
Here are three of my own from my back garden.... (just to balance it all out!)
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Quote from: mal0z
Quote from: 4Candles
To follow the sunrise, here's a sunset, looking over the Moray Firth, taken on Midsummer's Day 2004 from my track leading to the road.

During midsummer - the sunset and sunrise over the Muray are presumably fairly close in the northern sky  ?

They are indeed - it's quite amazing. Sunrise azimuth is 40° and sunset is at 320°  Shocked
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