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Beyond the horizon: Autumn Sunset (2)

Autumn is generally a gray, rainy season here in North Jutland. More gray than winter, at least if there is a real winter. Still, there is a beautiful sunset every now and then.
Here is another new artwork in this small series: sunset over the North Sea as seen from the fields near our house in North Jutland, Denmark, with a beautiful warm color palette…

‘Autumn Sunset (2)’ is a new photo in the series ‘Beyond the horizon‘, part of the gallery ‘Untouched land‘.

Autumn Sunset (2) - Abstract realistic fine art seascape photography by Jacob Berghoef

Click on the image or here to see the series

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