A Blazing Sunset

Tonight’s sunset was beautiful.

The camera did not do it justice.

I like how the clouds look like smoke billowing around the sky.

Sunset 3-17-16

Minor edits to the top photo and I added a drama effect to the below image.

when gods angry 3-17-16

Which do you prefer?  I can’t decide they are the same yet very different.

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Posted on March 17, 2016, in Photography and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. I love both — I can’t decide! Either way, you captured an amazing effect.

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  2. wow, great capture and great edit. My sunset looked nothing like that :>-(

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  3. Beautiful capture! I love both but the 2nd is different than I usually see so my vote is for the 2nd photo 🙂

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  4. I can’t decide either. The colours in the first one is amazing but the clouds are in the second edit so… I’m as ambivalent as you!

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  5. You know I love some good contrast. That second shot is my favourite. So dark and moody. Both are brilliant. What an amazing sky!

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  6. stunning! I prefer the top photo since you asked.

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  7. Your second one really shows the billowing of the clouds. Amazing sunset!

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  8. I like both. But you are right. Cameras don’t do justice to sunsets. Though your pics do give an idea how beautiful this one must have been.

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