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    I like the second one with the seagull and the boat in it.

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    Sunrise was at my back...lovely moonset over the Rockies and my place of work!



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    Really nice moon shots. Thanks for posting good job.

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    Here's a sunrise at the Nubble light.

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    ....and in my back yard.

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    The Nubble Light shot is fantastic. Looks like Brad may be needing to plan an evening trip . Quite the backyard. Where?
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    Location isn't too important sometimes. I took this shot from the parking lot near the bowling alley in Dover, NH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    The Nubble Light shot is fantastic. Looks like Brad may be needing to plan an evening trip . Quite the backyard. Where?
    I am holding off on another Nubble trip till a little later in the year when the sunrise is further south. That angle is better.
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    My most recent set of sunset/sunrise pics from last week. The sunrise from Cadillac Mountain is always incredible. The sunset over the cove on Somes Harbor by the campsite was the best I've seen there in three years. More of these and the rest of Acadia last week here: http://picasaweb.google.com/mtruman42/Acadia09#

    Somes Harbor Sunset




    Cadillac Sunrise






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    Default Very nice!

    Looks like you had another great trip to Acacdia! Great pics!

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    Beautiful shots! Makes you wish that the sunrises and sunsets would last a little longer than they do.
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