Sunset over Skye - 1. July 1989

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Comments (8)

eva-emma on June 16, 2012

Dressed in red the dusk, on red and the tension in Europe. But when you have nothing, you have nothing to lose!

I send you my love and many greetings.

Jim Mills on June 16, 2012

Thank you dear eva-emma. My thoughts are with you and Greece itself on this day when you have to vote again. A vote which may well influence the fate of the rest of Europe, and maybe even the rest of the western world! Love and best wishes - Jim

David Brown Photogra… on June 24, 2012

Jim I cannot get this kind of clarity of sunsets with digital at all. Film is just so much better for sunsets (and I imagine sunrises, but how would I know?).

This is gorgeous mate - Jethro

Jim Mills on June 25, 2012

I know what you mean Jethro. One of the first annoying things I noticed about digital was the gradated unnatural halo around the sun or some other bright objects. Otherwise, I find the clarity and ease of use with digital outweighs the odd drawback. I know what you mean about sunrises too. I usually see them by default after being up all night, like now! Best wishes - Jim

David Brown Photogra… on June 25, 2012

I never seem to be able to get the clear crisp focus around the sun Jim like you have here. Try as I might.

Sorry I kept you up all night (always happy to accept the blame) - J

Jim Mills on June 25, 2012

No way you kept me up all night Jethro, just going through one of my cycles of being up all night! Here's an example of what I called the "halo" effect around the sun with a digital photo, makes the sun look a bit like a pale fried egg!

Hope you're keeping okay old friend! Best wishes - Jim

Nenad Obradovic on August 10, 2012

Very nice photo. Like and fav

Jim Mills on August 11, 2012

Thanks very much again Nenad for your like and fav and comment. Best wishes - Jim

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Jim Mills
Inchinteskin, Cork, Ireland

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