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Blood Red Sun

2389 views Earl Hartlen August 10, 2014 Port Dover, Ontario Canada Date shot: August 8, 2014

At sunset or sunrise, the sunlight we observe has traveled a longer path through the atmosphere than the sunlight we see at noon. Therefore, there is more scattering, and nearly all of the light direct from the sun is red.

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