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    Thanks Marko and Lorey.

    It is amazing how quickly the sun disappears when it actually starts to descend the horizon. The major challenge that I had was that the people on the boards kept paddling horizontal to the shore. As they were not that close the the shore and given the triangulation, I had to move quite quickly to keep them in line with the sun. Although I was quite low, in retrospect I wish I was down even lower so their silhouettes were above the horizon, but that was also hard given the distance they were from shore and that the tide was in and I had no room between the water and the onshore rocks to get much lower
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