When we left for our week–long visit to the Tampa/St Petersburg, Florida a week ago, I was sure I’d be able to photograph some spectacular sunsets. Surely to be excellent candidates for placement on some Florida tourist brochure; or at the minimum, nice photos to print and hang prominently somewhere in our already photo–cluttered house. (Most of my best selections are displayed on our kitchen refrigerator—with magnets like we do with kids’ “look what I made” stuff.) As each day evolved, I looked for clouds to develop as the afternoons wore on. Nada. Not to be. Zero. When clouds were present, they were 100% coverage variety, and lots of water poured down as a result. Nothing that made be want to go “click” with my camera. Then, on the last night we were there, I was rewarded with what you see here. Nothing spectacular, but in the line of what I was looking for. (Nikon D300, ISO 200, 120mm, f5.6 w/-2ev, 1/640 sec. Developed in Lightroom 3 Beta 2.)

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