Our Daily Sykes #411 – A Satisfying Sunset

Many, perhaps most, recorded sunsets are the cotton candy of pop photography. The sensational side of every sunset is valued like spun sugar. There are a few sunsets, however, that escape this facile reduction, and use their special powers to great effect. The layers of light here, the front light that also illuminates this land and seascape, and that lovely mound on the left, all combine to shake me up. And I thank Horace Sykes for capturing it. (Mouse this to Enlarge - perhaps twice.)

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