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Another evening of wonderful sunsets for photographing!

Very little wind meant calm seas so I could get right down to the waters edge. Given that this location faces due west and so gets pounded relentlessly by the prevailing winds, it is a rare occasion that I can get so close at this area of shoreline.

The island in the far distance is Foula, the most westerly island in Shetland, lying 17 miles into the Atlantic ocean from the Shetland mainland. It has a permenant population of just 26 souls.
Shot using a polarizer and a 0.6 (2-stop) ND Grad.

1.3s at f/20 ISO 100

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