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tap tap This thing on? It's been a minute. I'm still chasing light. Nothing has changed. Lol #sunset #sonyalpha #alabama
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Woohoo! Finally some time to do a little social networking. Kinda took an extended break for awhile. Hoping everyone has been doing well out there. Have some catching up to do to say the least. Have still been shooting of course. Spent a few weeks in the Southwest again at the beginning of summer. This is one of the most amazing sunsets I have seen. Taken at Island in the Sky, Canyonlands National Park. There was actually a double rainbow taking place behind me at the same time. 12 shot vertical pano. 
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Hi everyone! It's been quite awhile since I have been able to find the time and actually sit down for some social media. Hoping all have been doing well out there in G+ Land. Busy spring so far here in the deep south and only getting busier. Here is a recent shot from Weiss Lake here in Alabama. Just loved the tree roots on this fallen tree. :)

I have recently been trying to get into a few communities on here. Really like the people and atmosphere of that. My biggest complaint is I cannot share this in one, universal way for all I want to. So I want to share this on my page as "public"....yet that means I cannot share with any communities. So if I share this public...and then share this with the 2 communities I wanted to....I have the same shot posted 3 times on my page. Doesn't exactly help a page with all the redundancy (in my opinion). Anyone know something I can do differently for that issue or is that just how it is? Got to get in the "swing" of things on here so I am not feeling lost most of the time when I log in.

#landscapephotography  +Landscape Photography curated by +Margaret Tompkins, +Jim Warthman, +Kevin Rowe, +Tom Hierl, +David Pilasky, and +Toshi Nakamura. +Landscape Photography Show 

#sunsetsaturday  +Sunset Saturday curated by +Dennis Hoffbuhr.
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This is a shot I uploaded last summer. I am resubmitting it for the awesome  #PlusOneCollectionIII  that is currently taking submissions for this years project! I highly suggest you head over to +Ivan Makarov's page for updates and rules if you are interested in sharing a shot as well!

I was fortunate enough to find myself in front of some truly beautiful light this past year. Was able to travel some and see some different places. But I always like trying to share something for things like this that are close to home. This was an amazing sunset I was treated to on the back waters of the Coosa River near my home here in Alabama last summer. I'm pretty sure it was all the different fungi growing on this fallen and water logged tree when I was walking by the waters edge but whatever it was, I decided to setup and shoot it. :)
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A great sunset along the gulf coast. Navarre Beach, FL Hope everyone is having a great weekend!
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Hi everyone! New to the group. Thought I would say hi and share a shot. I am a big Sony lover from the Southeastern part of the US. Nice to meet everyone! This was taken on a cold day recently on the Coosa River outside of Gadsden, AL. The clouds decided to let one last ray of light through right as the sun had reached the horizon.

Sony a99
Sony Zeiss 16-35mm at 16mm
3 stop Reverse GND filter
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A very interesting sunset on a very windy and cold day on the Coosa River near my home. Right as the sun was hitting the horizon, the clouds let one last ray through that shot straight up into the sky. Thought it was pretty cool. :)

#SunsetSaturday curated by +TJ Kelly

#LandscapePhotography (+Landscape Photography) curated by +Margaret Tompkins, +Kevin Rowe, +Jim Warthman, +Tom Hierl, +David Pilasky 
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The Rio Grande Gorge and a sky full of great light just outside of Taos, New Mexico at sunrise. That place is just amazing even at high noon.

Sony a99
Zeiss 16-35 @ 16mm
Lee .6 Hard Stop GND filter
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Rainy, foggy day at Tunnel View created some dramatic conditions. I felt the monochrome fit the mood well so went with it. 5 shot pano I later stitched. Sony a550 and Sigma 10-20mm.
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