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After a year spent working in LA this is the last departure I shot before the sun set for one last time. Will miss this place, saving already underway for the next trip. Thanks to local boy Jimmy for your company.


Canon 60D

Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM

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Comments (5)
Posted by D. Enault on February 11, 2013

Amazing picture William! Hopefully, you will deliver some more stunners back home in NZ! Nice meeting you at LAX...Darryl

Posted by Steve-o on February 10, 2013

Amazing light here. Nice capture!

Posted by Tim Bowrey on February 08, 2013

Amazingly sharp shot for the fading light Will!

Posted by JAMES BABINSKI on February 07, 2013

nice shot!

Posted by IAN CHANTLER on February 07, 2013

If ever an image deserved an SC its this one congratulations William.

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