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    xines Rye, United States
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    The Friday Evening Sunset Sail Races had just finished and the boats at their moorings as the sun set off the coast of the American Yacht Club in ...
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    ferociousfish Squamish, Canada
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    My favourite place to watch the sun go down. The mountains drop away to the ocean. This is sea to sky country.
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    philhaber Corolla, United States
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    Sunset seen from Corolla on the Outer Banks of North Carolina just after a passing thunderstorm
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    philhaber Corolla, United States
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    A summer sunset viewed in Corolla on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, at the edge of the Currituck Sound
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