Setting Sun With Swallow
Taken by Peter Lowenstein on March 9, 2019 @ Mutare, Zimbabwe
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Date Taken: 2019:03:09 21:15:22
 
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The 9th of March is one of two days per year on which, if the sky is clear, the setting Sun disappears exactly behind the notch formed by the intersection of the southern slope of Murahwa Mountain with the northern slope of its foothill. Yesterday evening as only a tiny portion of the Sun remained, a Swallow flew by. Two frames extracted from an MP4 25p HD video taken using a tripod-mounted Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ60 camera in sunset scene mode.
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so beautiful !
Posted by esplaobs 2019-03-10 06:57:34
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