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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Fireman1000, May 6, 2007.
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Just after sunset, and you can just see the green from the aurora starting to show! Even the fish flies lined up on the bike to watch the light show!
Our TW200s on the Oregon Coast.
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Long time lurker, new contributor, lover of bikes and skies. I really enjoyed looking through this thread and finally get to contribute.
I did a video of this on my youtube channel.
The sun made it all the more pretty. Nice orange glow to things.
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Summer time ... sunset on the way
East Texas sunset shot with an ancient Canon Powershot.
When you work on your bike until 2:00 in the afternoon, then ride 280 miles to get a new rear tire, after which you sit in a restaurant BS'ing with a fellow inmate until 11:00 PM, it means the 280 miles back home will be in the wee, COLD, hours of the morning. But it's all worthwhile as you get to watch the first rays of the sun hitting surrounding mountains. This is Mt Blackburn in the Wrangell Mts of Alaska, from about 80 miles away, taken at 3:50 AM.
Shot before and then as the sun sets..South Island NZ
A stormy sunset the other night.
Crappy cell phone pic
Sunrise over the Oliver H. Perry Monument, Presque Isle State Park, Erie PA