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Cool sunrise sunset shots not in challenge

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If you have any sunrise-sunset shots you want to share please post away in this thread! If your sunrise-sunset shot is taken during the month of September of 2008 go ahead and post it in the sticky September challenge thread!

We love to see everyones photos but are trying to keep the challenge post open to folks who are participating using the guidelines we have set up for it. This will be stickied for the rest of the month. Challenge guidelines here

Thanks everyone for the beautiful photos!

In trying to move things around I lost the first ice-fishing sunset shot, could you please re-post it, it was a very nice shot. Sorry frown

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Posted by BDUBER!

Harriete Lake sunrise. Lake County, MN.

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Posted by walleyechaser!

I thought i would share a photo this time around never have befor hope you like it.Sunset with a storm moving in shore fishing this spring on the river Winona MN MeFishingSpringOf06.jpg

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I would be ready to go in about two months! Nice

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<a href="http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v605/kup1007/?action=view&current=Sunset.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v605/kup1007/Sunset.jpg" border="0" alt="DK1007"></a>

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A beautifull night on the Lower St. Croix River.

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Another one taken yesterday, Oct. 3rd off the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

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Canon Guy that is beautiful!

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Thanks Steve and Dan! It was taken from our verandah on our way to Alaska. The Puget sound is beautiful.

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I took this about a year ago so it didn't qualify for the challenge.

It is Jackpot Creek east of Babbitt.

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Lake Winnibigoshish, July 14

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Boy you folks are coming up with some beauties! Nice work by everyone!

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