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Stub Mandrel

Hurricane Ophelia Sun

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Taken with my P520D Bridge in manual mode, 1/25000 @ iso 80 ,some with a polariser to control th1 highlights.

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All we need now is a plague of toads...

 

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oh now the dooms dayers on youtube will be having a flap . great pics Neil. charl.

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I was just about to post about it! Here in Oxfordshire it is extremely orange, more like a setting sun than one around mid-day! I guess Ophelia is stirring up the particles.

Ian

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24 minutes ago, Stub Mandrel said:

All we need now is a plague of toads..

...I've had a lot of newts in the garden recently.  Does that count?

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2 hours ago, AKB said:

...I've had a lot of newts in the garden recently.  Does that count?

It's a worrying sign...

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I went for a run at lunchtime under a dark foreboding sky. Then I noticed that there orange sun just peeking through a thin (but still dark!) patch of cloud. Very, very eerie indeed. Only ever seen the likes of that in the Canaries during a Calima.

There is some dust on my windscreen but not much. There hasn't been enough rain to wash it out of the atmosphere.

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