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    Default sunset at Sunderban

    Photographed this from the launch while returning back to Sajnekhali Guest house in the evening after a full day in the forest.

    Canon 50D, 24-105mm L IS USM, 1/400, f11, ISO 400, hand held

    Comments and critiques welcome..
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    Mrudul Godbole

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    Lovely landscape. I like the wider composition. I am dreaming of a tiger in that golden light. I am in love with this place.

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    Sabyasachi

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    Well exposed and nice compo. The golden light on the backwaters looks great.

    TFS
    Roopak

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    The rippling river water turns molten gold with the Midas touch of the setting sun....!

    Thanks for sharing madam,
    -Indranil Panigrahi

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    Lovely composition Mrudul. Are there dust spots on the sensor or is my monitor playing tricks on my eyes ?

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    Rajan

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    Beautifull Photograph!! And even I see some dust on the sensor!!

    Regards

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    Thanks all for the comments.

    Rajan, Dhiraj, yes there are a few dust spots. I saw them while post processing. Normally in 50D the sensor is cleaned when you switch 'OFF' the camera. I think I will have to do some cleaning myself. Thanks for pointing.
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    Mrudul Godbole

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