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Exhibit 43 - by Galen Hunter
[Figure 1 - Excerpt "From Daily Composition Books" section of the The Sandpiper, 1910 Redondo Union High School Yearbook, Page 42. Credit: Redondo Beach Public Library and the McCandless Family.]
Sunset At Redondo Beach.
The ocean was a dark blue. The rounded hills, which rose abruptly from the gray cliffs, were a lavender with a darker shade in the valleys. A faint pink flush spread over the sky, growing into a rich gold with dashes of red, as it neared the western horizon. Thin, white mist rose from the white surf and drifted into the hollows, hiding and softening abrupt hill and cliffs. The sky back of the hills became darker blue and two stars gradually came out. The colors slowly faded and left the dark blue sky with a pink flush along the horizon.
Muriel Tucker, '11.
[Figure 2 - Staff photographs in the The Sandpiper, 1910 Redondo Union High School Yearbook, Page 8. Credit: Redondo Beach Public Library and the McCandless Family. Markup added to highlight photograph of Muriel Tucker, author of "Sunset At Redondo Beach".]
[Figure 3 - Sunset at Redondo Beach looking west from Redondo Beach Pier. Note: two stars (or planets) visible in center above horizon. Photograph by Galen Hunter on November 17, 2019.]
Video recording by Galen Hunter on November 17, 2019 from the Redondo Beach Pier of the sun setting -
view video (mp4, 1 minute, 13 seconds).
[Figure 4 - screenshot from the video, looking southwest from Redondo Beach Pier.]