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2020 - June - Sunsets

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  1. One photo per answer, and no more than 5 answers per user per contest.
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Rules for June are as follows:

  1. Sunsets - Pictures of sunsets
  2. The contest will last the whole month of June and to be clear, we use UTC, just like the site itself.
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Taken over Upper and Lower Whitefish Lakes, Minnesota. September 1, 2013.

Shot with a Nikon D800E with 28-300mm ƒ/3.5-5.6G ED VR at 28mm, ƒ/20, 1/30 sec, ISO 2500, using a soft graduated ND filter (which caused the green flare arcs reflecting between the filter and the front of the lens). Normally that would be enough to trash the image, but I like the green of the flare playing against the trees.

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Monica Cellio‭ wrote over 2 years ago

That's a cool effect, even if accidental and normally undesired.

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