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    Sunrise on a misty morning with a tram heading into the sun.
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    Sunrise after a very foggy morning near my workplace in Germany.
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    xbacksteinx Ettlingen, Germany
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    Sunrise after a very foggy morning on the Wattkopf near Ettlingen in Germany.
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    Got this magnificent Photo traveling up the California coast. Just 50 miles south of San Francisco lays a little town called Pescadero. There's a lighthouse there and it has amazing potential for sunset pictures. This night the sky was blue, yellow and orange.
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    Man on a Bench Shell Beach Sunset 

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