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when did red sky happen

i just wonder . o thank you
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Re: when did red sky happen

That's a rather strange post.
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Re: when did red sky happen

I was going to say the same thing. Have no idea what the OP was trying to say. Perhaps English is not their first language?
Either way very strange.
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Re: when did red sky happen

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I was going to say the same thing. Have no idea what the OP was trying to say. Perhaps English is not their first language?
Either way very strange.

Since the OP's profile says he is a farmer from Bangkok that's quite possible. Maybe a question about sunsets?
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Re: when did red sky happen

have we had a blood moon recently?
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Re: when did red sky happen

few day ago i saw red sky in golden hour . but i cant take photo because i was too slow to set up my camera. yesterday i wake up at 5 am and wait for that red sky. i just saw blue and yellow sky there .
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Re: when did red sky happen



the red sky that i have talked about .

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Re: when did red sky happen

The closest to red sky.


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Re: when did red sky happen

Now I understand the question, unfortunately I don't have an answer but would also be interested to hear the answer as to why some sunrises develop as maload showed so vividly and some just never develop. I'm sure it has a lot to do with the type of prevailing clouds and weather conditions but what the science behind it is I'd be interested to know. Also useful for us photographers what signs if any indicate when a good sunrise or deep red sky will develop? Nice additional shots Henry, thanks for helping to clarify this thread.
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Re: when did red sky happen

I think (occasionally) the phenomena is caused by the sun being able to light up the underside of the clouds. This needs a clear horizon for the sun rays to reach the underside of the clouds.

I am sure we have all seen the same during a sunset. The sun is low enough to light up the underside of the clouds for a minute or two. They go black when the sun dips below the horizon.

Looking at Henrys photo, it is a different setup, maybe the sun his lighting up moisture in the air...Unsure....

Probably wrong......
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Re: when did red sky happen

This is when you need Carol Kirkwood to be an Olympus shooter and part of the forum
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Re: when did red sky happen

thank you so much
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Re: when did red sky happen

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I think (occasionally) the phenomena is caused by the sun being able to light up the underside of the clouds. This needs a clear horizon for the sun rays to reach the underside of the clouds.

I am sure we have all seen the same during a sunset. The sun is low enough to light up the underside of the clouds for a minute or two. They go black when the sun dips below the horizon.

Looking at Henrys photo, it is a different setup, maybe the sun his lighting up moisture in the air...Unsure....

Probably wrong......
I think for extra intense red it's usually a matter of more particulates in the atmosphere. Volcanic eruptions are supposed to help.
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