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How to structure some at photos sent along by eastriver while at sea had flummoxed me too long.  But looking through some old titles, a eureka moment happened . . . I’d used this title once before . . .  here.

Twilight on a hot asphalt-hauling steel barge

looks pretty good.

When the horizon retreats, twilight has a bigger canvas on which to fling color over a bigger expanse of sea and sky.  The photos remind me of ones in this tugster post, also taken at sea under Maxfield Parrish skies.

Thanks, east river . . .

 

Credit for this fabulous Long Island Sound shot goes to John Dupee. So what part of the day is it?

And how about this one? Oh, answers below.

And this . . .

and this? Some shots have definite geographical and other clues.

And finally this one off southern Massachusetts?

Answer is (dawn first two; dusk the rest).

 

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