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Lake Meiko today. The only good thing about living in the north is that you only have to wait till 16.00 to take blue hour photos. This place is already so far away from nearest city that in a couple of hours after sunset it gets so dark that you can't see your own hand (unless it's full moon) and the trail is only marked with dark red squares on trees some 50m apart. If you can see the image, I made it back in time.

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Sunset at Jordan River
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I thought all people in France visited their boulangerie around 6 o'clock in the morning.
And surely French bread or baguettes are stale by evening.
Or had you popped to the local Lidl for a loaf of Mothers Pride. ;)
Unbelievably, Brian, they always bake twice a day, sometimes three! It's real bread so it goes stale (according to French people) in about six hours. I don't complain at all. Good bread, good exercise, and nice sunsets :D
 

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A few golden and blue hour shots from the past week while out on a hike or bike ride.
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Some fun with Darktable.
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Came in to work early to take advantage of an empty conference room on our 10th floor. I wanted to beat the sunrise and go for the warm glow about a half-hour prior. I took 5 pictures from a tripod through the glass window and combined them in my Affinity app on the iPad. I then imported it into Lightroom (on the iPad too) in order to crop out the edges and some slight adjustments to shadows and vignette. Hope it looks okay.

For a location perspective, this is taken from a building on the southern side of Wilmington, Delaware while facing east. The north/south road in the distance is Interstate 495 and the low bridge to the south (right edge) is the Delaware Memorial Bridge as it crosses the Delaware River into New Jersey.

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New bridge for cyclists at sunset.​
 

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New bridge for cyclists at sunset.​
Why not try to crop a bit from the right hand side, to place a line in the bottom corner on each side?
Edit: While I am in criticism mode, why not lose a bit of the sky, it doesn't contribute to the picture IMO.
Also I see some banding in the sky, maybe you have processed it to hard?
Just my 2c.
 
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