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November Sunset In Blue And Pink
Photo By William Lushbaugh

  • Title: November Sunset In Blue And Pink
  • State/Province/Region: Mississippi
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Ross Barnett Reservoir
  • Nearest Town: Brandon, MS 39047
  • Brief Directions: In Jackson, Ms from I-55 take the Highway 25 exit and go East to signs for Ross Barnett Reservoir (North). Continue North and you will find the RBR!
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: Sunset on the Ross Barnett Reservoir in Rankin County Mississippi. Ice Crystals in the clouds caused the deep blue background to the pink little clouds. Taken from my backyard on the dock, 20131118.
  • Gear: Canon 6D, f5, 1/60 ISO 100, 24 mm lens
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Keywords:  BlueLandscapesLightSun & SkyTexturesWater
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