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Wallpaper Details: Santa Cruz Sunset

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Santa Cruz Sunset by Lyle Krannichfeld
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Santa Cruz Sunset

March 31st, 2007

This shot is a composite, 5 images I believe...taken hand-held at sunset.

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architecture » clouds » lighthouse » ocean » photography » santa cruz california » seascape » sky » sunset » water »

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Posted By: lindacm
about 16 years, 10 months ago
This photo is so beautiful. The small image doesn't do it justice. Reminds me of standing right there on the beach. Keep up the great work.
Posted By: boomshot
about 14 years, 6 months ago
this is nice but if it is supposed to be Santa Cruz California I can't imagine where this picture would be geographically. Funny how with the composites a whole new location has been created. The light house on West Cliff is not that far back on land,nor is there a beach close enough to the harbor to get that perspective of Lighthouse. Interesting work.:-)
Posted By: Zackepp
about 14 years, 2 months ago
Awesome pic :) reminds me of my hometown while at college. Boomshot, this is the light house on the jetty near east cliff drive and the harbor..however, where he positioned the camera is interesting.. on the opposite jetty rocks? Good job Lyle

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