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In early June we spent 5 days at Coquille Point in Bandon, Oregon. Each morning saw thick low level clouds and occasional fog. By noon, skies were clearing and afternoons were sunny Typically as the sun approaches the horizon in the evening, the clouds again thicken. On this day, the skies remained clear. Thinking there was a chance the sun would be visible as it reached the horizon, after hiding behind this last low cloud deck, I positioned myself on the bluff about 30 meters (100 feet) above the Pacific Ocean below. Alas, this image was the last rays of the sun on that day. The sun failed to appear below the cloud deck and the sky gradually turned darker and darker shades of grey.
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