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Gansbaai Sunset

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Driving into Gansbaai one late afternoon, I did the obvious thing for a Panorama photographer. I headed for the sea. The light was perfect, the sea was calm and there were some interesting cloud formations on the horizon. Welcome to my world :).

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Text by Steve Smith.

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