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A different kind of sunset on Inverness Beach. No fierce winds, no stormy sky, just a quiet sunset. I missed the most colorful portion of it however. After spending the day at Cape Breton Highlands National Park, I lost track of the time and barely made it back to capture this. I was dying watching the color develop before my eyes with no where to pull over to catch it. I did make it back to catch this. Hope you enjoy it.

Thanks for looking and for any comments or critiques.

Canon 5DM2
Canon 24-70mm at 24mm
ISO200 1sec f/11
SR 3-Stop Reverse ND Gradient

I have always had a passion for photography and the natural world around us. I specialize in dramatic seascapes, beautiful landscapes, and natural abstracts. No matter where I am, I usually have a camera in hand waiting for “those moments of dramatic light.”. While I do use digital cameras, I still work with film because of the richness of colors that film naturally provides. I hope you enjoy my photographic vision of the places I love.

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Comments

  • Fiona MacNab
    Fiona MacNababout 3 years ago

    Absolutely beautiful. Lines… curves… colours… simply stunning.

  • I was lucky to get here before the light and color was completely extinguished. Again, thanks Fiona. Appreciate your comments and fav’s.

    – EvaMcDermott

  • jchanders
    jchandersabout 3 years ago

    Just love it. Wonderful reflection!

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