1.08.2012

Blog Hijack: Profiles

What also caught my eye was the crepuscular rays in the sky. I had too look up the correct term, but I've seen them many times before. If you look at the center of the photo, in the sky, there is a diagonal line of blue and yellow. That line is created by a clouds or gaps in clouds, hundreds and hundreds of miles away and can only be seen after the sun has set for quite some time. More from my Florida trip. This time, I'm at Fred Howard Park in Tarpon Springs. It was our first night in Florida. We had just arrived, the sun had already set, yet we wanted to go see the ocean, even if there was only a few more minutes of light that evening. What also caught my eye was the "crepuscular rays" in the sky, also called "distant cloud shadows". I had too look up the correct term, but I've seen them many times before. If you look at the center of the photo, in the sky, there is a diagonal line of blue and yellow. That line is created by a clouds or gaps in clouds, hundreds and hundreds of miles away and can only be seen after the sun has set for quite some time.

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