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Photos taken on my HTC Desire and Olympus E-1 mostly taken while walking my 10 year old rescued greyhound, Tim.

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...on the beach this evening.
19th Jul 2009, 22:56   | tags:,,,,


nige says:

Wow. So they are.

19th Jul 2009, 23:06

Euphro says:

Wow, these are stunning! The top shot is a work of art.

19th Jul 2009, 23:34

cariadus says:

Nige, thanks. Happily sunset and tide were just right for photos this evening.

Euphro, thanks! By the way there is a large version of the top shot here

20th Jul 2009, 00:25

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20th Jul 2009, 01:10

taniwha says:

such deep and rich gold colours. Lovely.

20th Jul 2009, 14:54

morningbear says:

what beautiful shots....fabulous!

20th Jul 2009, 21:57

nige says:

Hey cariadus, something i'm curious about. With so many amazing sunsets, does it ever lose it's affect on you as a photographic subject? Does the beach dog-walk ever become a chore?

20th Jul 2009, 22:07

cariadus says:

Taniwha & morningbear, thanks.

Nige, no, it never becomes a chore. I don't think walking on the beach could ever become a chore, sunsets or no sunsets. As far as photographic subjects go I guess I have to shoot whatever I come across when I walk the dog. So the subject matter is often repetitive because I tend to walk similar routes with the dog.

Just hope it doesn't get boring to look at!

As for sunset shots, more on the way later :)

20th Jul 2009, 22:37

nige says:

Never boring, no. I so rarely see sunsets like them, whereas you do, which is why i asked. I couldn't imagine ever getting bored of doing that either. It's so very appealing, you're very lucky.

20th Jul 2009, 23:00

cariadus says:

Yes we are very lucky. I don't know why we get such spectacular sunsets.Probably something to do with being by the coast, and water/wet sand tends to make them even more spectacular I guess. I certainly don't take it for granted.

20th Jul 2009, 23:31

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