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We had an interesting view in the car tonight - a full moon through the windshield and a sunset in the rear view mirror. Really a beautiful sight!

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Caught the sunset through the massive window in our room at Disney's Saratoga Springs tonight — incredible light.

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Well, we didn't miss it. Caught the sunset at nearly the last second possible, as we pulled into the parking area under the condo. It was beautiful, even with this limited view.

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The sunsets have been nice so far this trip, but not spectacular. Tonight's was a step in the right direction.

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Noticed some pretty cool lines and colors when I looked out and saw Renee and Pat watching the sunset on the patio tonight.

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...to a sunset on the road north of Tampa.

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We enjoyed another perfect sunset here tonight. I love this casual shot I captured of Renee and Jake watching it over the railing on the patio.

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Well, this is probably the strangest sunset photo I've ever taken. We had a traffic incident happen on the street outside our balcony tonight. It seemed like a bit of road rage when it happened, but I actually think it was an accident. Coincidentally, we got our patio cam back online this afternoon and caught the entire thing on video.

The guy on the right in the orange ball cap ran over the island in the middle and hit the white car. His tire had ran up on the island as he approached the end of the street; he overcorrected in response and then shot over the island to avoid a car in front of him, hitting the parked white car. Crazy sequence of events. Luckily no one was hurt (including a pedestrian who was walking right for the white car and, had it happened 10 seconds later, might have been directly in the path of the oncoming car).

Meanwhile, the sun did its thing, in somewhat spectacular fashion.

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Great sunset on St. Pete Beach tonight, but the sky reminds me of Missile Command a bit. Looking at this photo I feel like the hotel on the right is my last base and it's about to go under!

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We didn't get much sun today, but it finally showed up just in time to set.

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That feeling when you realize the sun, sky, wind, and water are going to cooperate!

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The tripod is set on a pile of logs and twigs that accumulates at the bend. Not exactly a comfortable position, but the angle was perfect.

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The sky even had just enough cloud cover to provide beautiful colors after the sun had set...and the river was calm enough to give a killer reflection.

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The trees split rays perfectly as the sun dropped behind them.

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I got in position just as the sun centered on the stretch of the river near Davis Overlook. Set up the tripod and took this shot straight away.

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It was crazy windy tonight but I decided to take a quick trip over to the river for the sunset. It was really cloudy, but the sun managed to poke through for a bit.

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Two fishermen are silhouetted against the sunset as they cast their lines into the Gulf of Mexico on Upham Beach in St. Pete Beach, Florida. (Matt Buchanan/St. Pete Beach, FL)

I watched these two fishermen cast their lines into the Gulf of Mexico several times while catching the sunset one evening. After the sun had slipped beyond the watery horizon, I heard one say to the other "this is our last chance."

Then I took this silhouette shot.