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Peaceful Sunrise at Myrtle Beach [Wallpaper]
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Are you sure that’s a sunrise? Looks like a sunset !
Its amazing, I cannot determine ;)
@Hatryst – Sunrise was what came up with the original image when I downloaded it…I will be honest enough to say it kind of looked like a sunset to me too. >_> Looking at it afterwards though I felt like it could really go either way (like you felt too). ^_^
You are both right it is beautiful and could go either way but Myrtle Beach is on the east coast and faces ESE, so it would be a sunrise since it’s over the ocean.
I have seen one , and that’s what they look like. But like others have said, it would depend if your east coast or west coast.
this is a sun rise i been to myrtle beach and have a few great sun rise pictures myself amazing and very peacefull in the morn there…
Its most certainly. a sunrise………..the ocean fog filters out the other colours in the visible spectrum .
Its very beautiful
Myrtle beach is on the east coast of South Csrolina sp there for sunrises are all you are going to see.
OOPS! Should have read all the posts first befor submiting my post.
Could be Myrtle Bch, Oregon.
Looking at this picture I would say that living on the Pacific coast (LA) I have not seen a sunset ever in this color and that type of glow. We don’t see sunrises with the sun coming over the horizon with the ocean below it.
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