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Pink Sky at Night...

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Pink Sky at Night...

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Postby XFool » June 19th, 2022, 6:47 pm

Spectacular pink and orange sunset lights up sky

BBC News

A spectacular pink, red and orange sunset bathed skies in the most incredible light as these photographs from across the country show.

"After a day of rain in many places followed the hottest day of the year, a breathtaking evening filled the air as the sun went down on Saturday.

The phenomenon was apparently caused by a wave of Saharan dust getting caught in the atmosphere.
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Re: Pink Sky at Night...

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Postby GrahamPlatt » June 19th, 2022, 7:26 pm

https://youtu.be/zUwEIt9ez7M

(Smoke on the water, Fire in the sky)

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Re: Pink Sky at Night...

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Postby pje16 » June 19th, 2022, 7:39 pm

XFool wrote:Spectacular pink and orange sunset lights up sky

BBC News

A spectacular pink, red and orange sunset bathed skies in the most incredible light as these photographs from across the country show.

"After a day of rain in many places followed the hottest day of the year, a breathtaking evening filled the air as the sun went down on Saturday.

The phenomenon was apparently caused by a wave of Saharan dust getting caught in the atmosphere.
"

Isn't nature beautiful
fabulous photos in that link

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Re: Pink Sky at Night...

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Postby mc2fool » June 19th, 2022, 8:23 pm

Not another bl**ding scirocco. The sand has only recently got washed away from everywhere after the last one earlier in the year.

They're being picked up higher and coming a lot further north than they ever used to....


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