Or at any rate, photographs of tonight’s sunset from the parking lot of Harvest restaurant in Montage, Pennsylvania.
Had I not been stuffed with Filet Mignon, I’d have hunkered down and photographed the skyline (figure 1) through the grasses, cutting out the road and as much of the parking lot as I could. Pure sloth and gluttony to blame for the hideous midground here. The sun star is real and not a product of LuminarAI.
There was some sort of haze in the air which gave the sunset a fierce orange glow until the sun was well below the horizon. Here (figure 2) it’s just barely gone below the fringe of trees on the west mountain of the Anthracite Valley.
Nikon Z 7ii with Nikkor 24-200 mm f/4-6.3 lens.
Figure 1: 24 mm, f/11, ISO 64, 1/80 s.
Figure 2: 200 mm, f/11, ISO 64, 1/640 s.
RAW editing in DxO followed by tiff editing in LuminarAI.