Tennessee Beach Sunset

This is a long (four minute) exposure, as you can tell by the trails the stars make and the way the surf has turned “solid.” With the shutter open for four minutes I could catch the last light of the sunset. Indeed, the photograph reveals more colors than I could see standing there. Who would guess this was almost total night?

And where was I standing? Here’s a bit of the story.

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