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Peggy's Cove Sunset
Many of my photographs drop down on the right side and I have to crop to get them level. To my amazement this even happens when I use a tripod like with these Peggy's Cove sunset photographs. I wonder if its something to do with being right handed or am I using too much of the left or logical side of my brain which controls movement on the right. Perhaps I need to work on my artistic skills, the right side of my brain. Thinking about this hurts:)
Sunsets are tricky because one needs the right mix of puffy cumulus or cumulonimbus clouds to bring out the colour above the horizon. I've usually had good luck with these conditions with sunrises when the fog is not around.
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