I always enjoyed Canberra's wide open skies and sunsets, but 1999 was a particularly good year for them. That autumn, driving west each day after work, I'd see endless combinations of orange and rose. Somehow I hardly ever had a camera with me. Then, walking back to the car one evening after a seminar at ANU, I saw the sun start to go down behind Black Mountain and the Telstra Tower. Luckily, I'd brought the digital camera from work—only a megapixel or so, but enough to capture the sky's spectacular transformation.

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