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Sunsets

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Setting sun lights up the sky over the mountains and silhouettes a tree. The sun has gone but leaves its legacy behind the mountains. As the sun sets a freight train threads through Agra. The setting sun is just a golden orb over the small boat harbor at Yamba. An over-wing sunset somewhere between Chicago and Detroit, November 2005. Orange sunset. Sunset, Spring Creek as it becomes Queen Mary Falls. Port at sunset. Dying sun reflected in the sea. Eucalyptus trees and banksia silhouetted at sunset. Sunset silhouettes a mangrove stump. Sunset over the stadium Setting sun through the eucalypts beside McLaughlin Creek. A Fall moonrise and sunset at Kenwood at the northern end of Sonoma Valley. Sunset over the billabong. Fire in the sky: while the sun does not rise above the horizon above the Arctic Circle in winter it can still leave its mark on the southern horizon. Mt. Shasta at sunset in winter (December 2006). Sun sets over Cudgera Creek. Sundogs over the fence. The last rays over winter sun hit the hills along a rural scene beside the Oslo-Bergen railroad. Mooball Creek, sun setting and light rain falling. Soft afterglow in the sky, and reflected in  the river, after sunset. The sun sets over the mountains around Bergen, panorama from Mount Floyen. A Sonoma Valley moonrise. Sun sets over the Australian mainland, seen from Fraser Island. Sunset silhouettes a mangrove stump. Sun setting over Mindil creek entering the sea. A sunset at 30,000 feet. Fiery sunset lights up clouds and mountains, even though it is only 1.45pm. Reflections.

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