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Sunset Photograph - Sunset Over Nubble Light by Eric Gendron

Sunset Over Nubble Light is a photograph by Eric Gendron which was uploaded on January 2nd, 2013.

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A beauty!

I thought your name looked familiar! Too funny. I just am noticing that Bryan, just above my comment is also one of the NEP Guild members...and has a gallery on FAA

Congrats on a spectacular rendition from this most iconic New England lighthouse. This image is strong from front to back, every corner. I'll have to check out your online gallery, I doubt this was an accident! The soft glow on the structures is a nice touch :) Thomas~ New England Photographers Guild member

Eric Gendron replied:

Thanks Thomas! Funny enough, I just saw your shot of Nubble on the NEPG facebook page a few hours ago. Very nice, and killer starburst too!

Nice shot, great light on the lighthouse.

Thanks again everyone!

The lighting and atmosphere are lovely! Congrats on your sale, Eric!

Stunning shot! Congratulations :)

Wow! Congrats!

Hi Eric ,This Sunset is so Aewsome.Just love te snow and the way the sun is falling on the Light house.Congrats on your great sale!!!

Very beautiful!! Congrats Eric!!

Wonderful image, congrats on your sale! v

Amazing shot of an amazing place! V. Congrats on,the sale!

Congrats on your sale!

Wow! blown away by this great view of Nubble. Great vantage point!

Thank you everyone!

Stunning work, well deserved sale!

Very nice!

Stunning! Congratulations on your sale, Eric :)!

Wonderful use of the wide angle lens and the lighting Eric! We Voted! Celebrate life, Debra and Dave

Eric Gendron replied:

Thanks Deb and Dave!

Stunning image, Eric. It looks like you were in the right place at the right time. I love the lighting and mood expressed in this piece. F/V

Eric Gendron replied:

Thanks! Yes you are right, I only had minutes to grab a few shots, as the sun was at my back and just about to slip over the horizon. Any longer and I would have lost that cool yellow glow.

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