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Airbus A300F4-600 (N750FD) - Spectacular Crepuscular Rays bathe Fed Ex Airbus "Saki" in a warm glow.  br /The rays were caused by sunlight below the horizon striking thunderstorm tops 250 miles away in Rochester, MN ...some light blocked / some light gets through.  br / br /Also a very humid air mass over WI on a Sept. 30 2019 evening.
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Airbus A300F4-600 (N750FD)

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Spectacular Crepuscular Rays bathe Fed Ex Airbus "Saki" in a warm glow.
The rays were caused by sunlight below the horizon striking thunderstorm tops 250 miles away in Rochester, MN ...some light blocked / some light gets through.

Also a very humid air mass over WI on a Sept. 30 2019 evening.

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James Kelly
Great shot! Thanks for posting.
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Thank you James......
appreciate the comment.
Greg Byington
Nice catch, Ken!
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
And thank you Greg...........

definitely a surprise to the sunset !!
jesse kyzer
GREAT pic!
more interesting than most pics of these cattle cars
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Thank you Jesse............

Helps to be on the inside of the fence at times.
Leon Kay
Thank you for a nice photo and informative comment.
The nice sunsets we observe are caused by pollution. The sun emits white light that contains all the colours of the rainbow. Infra-red is the light spectrum with the longest wave length. As the sun sets the shorter wave lengths are blocked (normally by natural) pollution, While the colourful red & orange rays get through.
Nick Fenton
Beautiful shot with a beautiful sunset!
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