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Sunset Wave
Photo By Derek Galipeau

  • Title: Sunset Wave
  • State/Province/Region: Rhode Island
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Beavertail State Park
  • Nearest Town: Newport
  • Brief Directions: Between Newport, RI and Providence, RI
  • Notes: Website: InAllItsGloryNaturePhotography.com
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Beavertail State Park Sunset during high northwest winds. When the winds are blowing NW at 20mph+ the waves can increase from 2ft to 6+. During tropical storm waves can reach 20ft. Be careful of the wet rocks during periods of high waves.
  • Gear: Canon EOS Rebel
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Keywords:  NatureRedSun & SkyWater
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