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06 February 2023


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So very beautiful!
Your pictures make me feel like I am standing beside you savoring these moments under the setting sun.

The sunset was beautiful in the Midlands UK too, many shades of orange , red, yellows, so beautiful I stood without a coat, not noticing how cold it was, just absorbing the beauty. Tonight was equally as beautiful, I feel privileged to be able to witness the scene in safety.

Very clever of you, standing on a roadblock!

(Speaking of resourcefulness, I got my best photos of the Arc de Triomphe through the front windshield of a taxi as it drove down the Champs-Elysée! With a little cropping, the picture looks as though I must've been standing in the middle of the street).

Absolutely beautiful! Each photo.

Life is good. Especially in Paris at sunset.

Glorious is the only way to describe the light and the details...never get tired of those iconic pieces in the sky! Cheers...Jennie, NZ

Your photos are beautiful! Thank you for bringing a smile to my face 😊

Sadly because of Turkey.
Intense red sunsets are often visible when forest fires are burning nearby, or when volcanic eruptions happen

Stunning photos! Glad you were out and about at sunset so that you could share them with us.

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