I later posted a better version of this shot, along with a tutorial for the post processing here.
I’m just putting up one shot tonight. There are several more from the day, but the rest will have to wait for my review of the Tokina 11–16mm f/2.8 (Nikon F-mount version, of course). Ultra-wide isn’t so much my thing, but I tend to prefer them portrait-oriented.
Sunset — Nikon D700, ISO200 @f/8
This lens is made for a DX crop on both Canon and Nikon, but it works perfectly competently on full frame from about 15–16mm. It’s no Nikon 14–24mm f/2.8, but it doesn’t cost nearly so much, either.