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    gnarlyirishphotos Spanish Point, Ireland
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    This great shot is from behind the World Class Armada Hotel in Spanish Point, County Clare, Irealnd
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    A slum in Jakarta during sunset
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    Data: F11, 1/3 SEC, ISO 400, 17MM, 17-85MM Canon lens, tripod mounted\r\n\r\nWhen I planned to go to Yosemite National Park I checked as to what day would be best to have the sunset and moonrise coincide but Mother Nature had other plans. It was dull and grey when I arrived at my predetermined shooting site but I setup the shot I wanted just in case. I didn’t get the shot I had hoped for but I’m very pleased with the result.\r\n
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    phil
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    cheezeaddict
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