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    Some people live at the Grand Canyon or Hawaii... I work in Reseda, CA. Once in a while we get a nice sunset and I run out and snap a couple pics ...
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    M4Design Reseda, United States
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    Clean shot of a clear blue sky with the glow of the sun coming up from the bottom. Nice clean cloudless sky background pic.
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