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As the sun sets the light rakes across the horizon, making it the "golden hour" to make photographs that would look entirely different in the middle of the day. Waiting for directional light, and following it into the subject, can reap great rewards. This cruise ship pulling out of Port Canaveral, a few miles from Shutterbug world headquarters, seems to glow with promise as it makes its way out of port.
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