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2020 - July - B&W Horizons

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Rules that are always applicable are as follows:

  1. One photo per answer, and no more than 5 answers per user per contest.
  2. Post only photos taken by yourself/person with you.
  3. All entries should include a line of text with the location, subject, and date (specificity is up to you).
  4. Refrain from posting sensitive/debatable content
  5. Only upvotes count towards winning.

Rules for July are as follows:

  1. B&W Horizons - Black and white picture centered on the horizon
  2. The contest will last the whole month of July and to be clear, we use UTC, just like the site itself.
  3. There is no constraint on when the photo must have been taken.

Suggest a theme for the next contest.

  1. Leave a single comment below in the format THEME - ONE SENTENCE DESCRIPTION

Good luck!

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When you say black and white...are toned black and white acceptable? (ie sepia) Hueco‭ 6 months ago

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Oregon Coast | May, 2017

Oregon Coast

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Storm over Mesa Verde

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This was taken 16 Aug 2018 from the side of the highway a little west of Mancos Colorado. The storm clouds looked so dramatic that I stopped to take a picture.

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Comet Neowise

Groton Massachusetts, 20 July 2020, 22:19.

135 mm, full frame (24 x 36 mm) sensor, 4 seconds.

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How did you find that comet? I was unable to lol. But I got a good star photo 10 Rep‭ 4 months ago

It was well published what part of the sky the comet would appear at what time. I noticed that the brightness decreased rapidly over the next few nights after this picture was taken. A few days later when there was clear sky again, I couldn't find the comet at all. Olin Lathrop‭ 4 months ago

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