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Sunset Clouds Over TN

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Tuesday November 5, 2013

Savannah, TN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Don't you think it is amazing how sunset skies seem to be running a race or steadily painting a new picture every second. You see a pretty sunset and you think okay let me get home and take or shot or just get to the end of the street only to find it has changed completely and sometimes gone for good.

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Manufacturer: Canon

Model: Canon PowerShot SX50 HS

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Artist: ShirleyWilborne

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1. gilg72
4:57 AM GMT on November 06, 2013
Yup, I see that happen quite often. Usually I have a few mins to allow for moving around a bit. But if I drive away a ways, then it's over with by the time I get there.
Good thing, I have a clear shot all or at least most of the whole year right from my backyard.
It's a beautiful shot here Shirley.
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