Sunsets of Edmonds, WA.

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Bill Anderson

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Tuesday's (8/25/15) Chicago bound Empire Builder (Amtrak #8) arrived in Edmonds about 2 & 1/2 hours late. This proved fortunate for me, as I was up on Sunset Ave. and caught it leaving leaving town at sunset.

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Bill Anderson

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Tuesday (11/3/15) sunset shots from Ocean Ave., my backup location when there is no parking on Sunset Ave. It also offers a different view of the railroad tracks. Unfortunately I missed the 4:30pm Sounder by about five minutes, which would have made a good addition to the foreground.

7DII + 17-35L wide angle zoom, handheld
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Experimenting with f/22 to get the "sunburst" effect.
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Wide angle afterset.
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Bill Anderson

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Thursday night (6-29-17) I went down to Brackett's Landing to photograph one of the latest (9:12pm PDT) and most northern sunsets of the year. Equipment was the 5DIII using HDR mode + 24-105L medium zoom mounted on a tripod.

Everyone comes down to the waterfront to enjoy the nice weather, so you have to arrive before sunset to find a parking spot.
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I contented myself with photographing birds and trains before the sun actually set.
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Bill Anderson

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Every Fourth of July my aunt invites us to watch the Edmonds fireworks from her back deck in Emerald Hills. I take advantage of the opportunity to take sunset photos. These will be my last shots from her deck, as she and her husband will soon be moving to Montana.

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Bill Anderson

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We may get record setting high temperatures this week. High temps + stagnant air = air pollution, which creates some beautiful sunsets. The first sunset of August from Sunset Ave.

5DIII + 24-105L medium zoom.

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Bill Anderson

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The week's smoke screen sunsets continue. Friday's (8/4/17) shots are from Bracket's Landing North. I alternated between the 5DIII (using HDR) + 24-105L wide angle zoom and the 7DII + 100-400L II telephoto zoom, all tripod mounted.

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