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Firth of Forth sunset

Here are a couple of shots from a short trip to Queensferry at sunset

Queensferry sunset by Alf Branch, on Flickr

Queensferry sunset 2 by Alf Branch, on Flickr

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Re: Firth of Forth sunset

Both lovely shots Alf. Number 1 is my favourite.
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Re: Firth of Forth sunset

Both splendid, but number 1 is special (emotional, even, as symbols of a nation go).
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Both lovely shots Alf. Number 1 is my favourite.
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Both splendid, but number 1 is special (emotional, even, as symbols of a nation go).
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Re: Firth of Forth sunset

Hard to pick a winner, but I like the textures in the water and sky in #1.
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Re: Firth of Forth sunset

No 1 for me too. Superb.
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No 1 for me too. Superb.
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Re: Firth of Forth sunset

It's a tough choice as I like them both but in the end #1 just edges it for me. Definitely a lovely sunset to see.
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Re: Firth of Forth sunset

Great shots!
I visited North Queensferry on Sunday morning to photograph the bridges (the light wasn't a patch on these).
From one spot 1 got a shot of all three bridges, which made me think.
There's the first bridge, the second & the third, but despite the name there's no Forth!
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It's a tough choice as I like them both but in the end #1 just edges it for me. Definitely a lovely sunset to see.
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Great shots!
I visited North Queensferry on Sunday morning to photograph the bridges (the light wasn't a patch on these).
From one spot 1 got a shot of all three bridges, which made me think.
There's the first bridge, the second & the third, but despite the name there's no Forth!
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Its all about the Forth isnt it
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Re: Firth of Forth sunset

Absolutely stunning Alf.
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Re: Firth of Forth sunset

May i be controversial and say that I prefer no 2, Alf? Only slightly, you understand, both great sunset, but there's something in No 2 that just does it for me.
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May i be controversial and say that I prefer no 2, Alf? Only slightly, you understand, both great sunset, but there's something in No 2 that just does it for me.
Thanks Kieth not controvertial for me the 2nd shot came out much better than I expected it to and I very happy with it.


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