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DONKEY LIPS

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darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
I don't know a lot about the sky so maybe someone could tell me if this is normal


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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Could be smoke. 1dunno1
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Anticrepuscular rays converging at the antisolar point.

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Could be smoke. 1dunno1
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Anticrepuscular rays converging at the antisolar point.

damned
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
some great pics here of all kinds of sky stuff.

[link to www.atoptics.co.uk (secure)]



i don't think they have any pics of STEVE yet :(
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
whatever, cool though.
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
whatever, cool though.
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
some great pics here of all kinds of sky stuff.

[link to www.atoptics.co.uk (secure)]



i don't think they have any pics of STEVE yet :(
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cool site thanks
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I don't know a lot about the sky so maybe someone could tell me if this is normal



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That's right the boy with the aluminum knees..yo can I walk?
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
I seen these also behind “contrails”. Of course someone will tell me this is normal. Even though I don’t remeber it as a kid. We are all suppose to be stupid and not believe our lying eyes
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Real.. I have seen such but cause.. I don't have a clue
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Reminds me of some pics I took a long while back looking East a bit before sunset.

bowlines
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Reminds me of some pics I took a long while back looking East a bit before sunset.

bowlines
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Cool pic Deafcat :)

do you have any images of the belt of venus ?


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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Reminds me of some pics I took a long while back looking East a bit before sunset.

bowlines
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Cool pic Deafcat :)

do you have any images of the belt of venus ?


[link to www.atoptics.co.uk (secure)]
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thought you were talking 'bout the wanderer Aphrodite for a sec, some sort of conjunction/integrated zodiacal constellation...lil' cute blue orb is closest i can see

wow, i didn't think i did after reading what it is and a bit of reminisce, but i think i stumbled on one from April of last year, from my backyard, a very early one, i'm no expert though, just a purveyor...
venusbelt
and a widescreen crop for fun
venusbelt2
fuck, if i wasnt outta ink it'd fill an empty frame on my wall...

ETA: no... i think it's a late one my early eye might finally see


1st thought was to this before i stumbled, though, quite different from the belt you would know, almost opposite, usually is with me
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“I am not one of those weak-spirited, sappy Americans who want to be liked by all the people around them. I don’t care if people hate my guts; I assume most of them do. The important question is whether they are in a position to do anything about it. My affections, being concentrated over a few people, are not spread all over Hell in a vile attempt to placate sulky, worthless shits.” -William S. Burroughs
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
cool pics

thanks for sharing
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Maybe that's what the people saw at the observatory
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Interesting sight this morning.

skyline
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Interesting sight this morning.

skyline
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cool how that contrail/patch of clouds is right in the cloud shadow like that.
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Interesting sight this morning.

skyline
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cool how that contrail/patch of clouds is right in the cloud shadow like that.
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That is two chemtrails. the white one being overlaid a dark chemtrail. I have several times observed a dark one being laid and then the light one over it. WHY they do both.. I don't know. but the dark one laid does not spread in the same what the white ones de.

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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
I don't know a lot about the sky so maybe someone could tell me if this is normal



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It is not a conspiracy but a well known and documented weather phenomena with a name Crepuscular rays in atmospheric optics, are rays of sunlight that appear to radiate from the point in the sky where the sun is located. These rays, which stream through gaps in clouds (particularly stratocumulus) or between other objects, are columns of sunlit air separated by darker cloud-shadowed regions.

Atmospheric Optics
We have sun rays and clouds do project rays also...everything that is living and active has a ray or a shadow

Crepuscular rays - Wikipedia
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
I don't know a lot about the sky so maybe someone could tell me if this is normal



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It is not a conspiracy but a well known and documented weather phenomena with a name Crepuscular rays in atmospheric optics, are rays of sunlight that appear to radiate from the point in the sky where the sun is located. These rays, which stream through gaps in clouds (particularly stratocumulus) or between other objects, are columns of sunlit air separated by darker cloud-shadowed regions.

Atmospheric Optics
We have sun rays and clouds do project rays also...everything that is living and active has a ray or a shadow

Crepuscular rays - Wikipedia
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Nice, thanks.

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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
That is so weird that you made this thread because I saw the exact same effect in the sky three weeks ago which I have never seen before and I started to post it on GLP but didn't because I stood there and looked at it long enough to realize it was being caused by the sun coming through the clouds and the very dark defined blue 'rows' were where the sun was blocked.

But I have never seen it so organized, defined and dark blue before. Almost like fields in a farm or oceans waves frozen in the sky.

But if you are noticing the same thing, that's just weird.

It's not like we haven't lived our entire lives and been outside and wouldn't have noticed this before since we are noticing it now and thinking it looks odd and interesting.
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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
That is so weird that you made this thread because I saw the exact same effect in the sky three weeks ago which I have never seen before and I started to post it on GLP but didn't because I stood there and looked at it long enough to realize it was being caused by the sun coming through the clouds and the very dark defined blue 'rows' were where the sun was blocked.

But I have never seen it so organized, defined and dark blue before. Almost like fields in a farm or oceans waves frozen in the sky.

But if you are noticing the same thing, that's just weird.

It's not like we haven't lived our entire lives and been outside and wouldn't have noticed this before since we are noticing it now and thinking it looks odd and interesting.
 Quoting: Grape Nuts


And I have to say that the 'rows' I saw were even more defined and spectacular than the ones you show in your vid, but honestly felt it wasn't worth going back to the house to get my phone to snap pics or a vid because I figured it'd just get mocked too much on here, given I thought it was just something 'rare' I was seeing or had never noticed in all my life but always been possible.

FYI, it was around 7:30-8 in the morning my time when I saw it, as the morning sun was peeking up from behind a huge mass of clouds, but again I've always noticed sun rays before, but never dark rays from the lack of light that was actually darker than the rest of the sky that wasn't yet lit. It's hard to explain.

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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Interesting sight this morning.

skyline
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cool how that contrail/patch of clouds is right in the cloud shadow like that.
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That is two chemtrails. the white one being overlaid a dark chemtrail. I have several times observed a dark one being laid and then the light one over it. WHY they do both.. I don't know. but the dark one laid does not spread in the same what the white ones de.
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That is so weird that you made this thread because I saw the exact same effect in the sky three weeks ago which I have never seen before and I started to post it on GLP but didn't because I stood there and looked at it long enough to realize it was being caused by the sun coming through the clouds and the very dark defined blue 'rows' were where the sun was blocked.

But I have never seen it so organized, defined and dark blue before. Almost like fields in a farm or oceans waves frozen in the sky.

But if you are noticing the same thing, that's just weird.

It's not like we haven't lived our entire lives and been outside and wouldn't have noticed this before since we are noticing it now and thinking it looks odd and interesting.
 Quoting: Grape Nuts


And I have to say that the 'rows' I saw were even more defined and spectacular than the ones you show in your vid, but honestly felt it wasn't worth going back to the house to get my phone to snap pics or a vid because I figured it'd just get mocked too much on here, given I thought it was just something 'rare' I was seeing or had never noticed in all my life but always been possible.

FYI, it was around 7:30-8 in the morning my time when I saw it, as the morning sun was peeking up from behind a huge mass of clouds, but again I've always noticed sun rays before, but never dark rays from the lack of light that was actually darker than the rest of the sky that wasn't yet lit. It's hard to explain.
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check out the Atmospheric Optics website for lots of images of rays and shadows seen in the sky

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Re: darker blue rays beaming on opposite horizon
Anticrepuscular rays converging at the antisolar point.

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