Sunset Abstract, Sierra Foothills

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    Detail with gnarled oak branches during a wild sunset back in January. At one point, the color in the sky took on a rainbow appearance, and I wanted to capture and emphasize that with something abstract.

    J Eli Felicitas (bobbyz95), and 9 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Ralph Combs 35 months ago | reply

      Crazy. Fantastic as always!

    2. D Breezy - 35 months ago | reply

      Pretty cool. I like the transition of colors. Nice one.

    3. Extra Medium 35 months ago | reply

      With sunsets like this, life would be a whole lot better

    4. beautythief 35 months ago | reply

      Nice way to set off the colors!

    5. Rob Macklin 35 months ago | reply

      Creative stuff man!
      Sierra must have been close to where I live.
      We get amazing sunsets in the foothills for some reason. I wish
      I could get the "foothill sunsets" in places like Yosemite!

    6. MoMontyMisty 35 months ago | reply

      Beautiful colours!

    7. bertdennisonphotography 35 months ago | reply

      very cool! love all of those different colors!

    8. J Eli Felicitas (bobbyz95) 35 months ago | reply

      Nice !! This is great !

    9. Nancy King Photography 35 months ago | reply

      Love the stain glass colors, great capture.

    10. Derek Toye 35 months ago | reply

      Those branches silhouette nicely against the layers of color. Nice one Robin.

    11. jazzmark 35 months ago | reply

      Fantastic colors....

    12. AweSnap Photography 35 months ago | reply

      This is a great shot. It is very lovely. Here is my latest upload. I hope you like to


    13. Steph Sawyer Photography (on and off) 35 months ago | reply

      I can never seem to get these kind of shots and have them turn out this pretty!

    14. Crooked Hill [deleted] 35 months ago | reply

      Seen in my contacts' photos. ( ?² )

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