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Ash cloud from Eyjafjallajokull Volcano

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Captured this evening in the twilight, the cloud was very noticeable and stretched across the evening sky to the North of Glasgow, a beautiful day with clear blue sky's so Venus and the crescent Moon also put in a lovely showing later.

Brendan

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Nice crisp images, especially the Lunar shots..

Nadeem..

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Excellent images. I was some 200 miles south of you and had a wonderful volcanic sunset.

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I've always found you get good sunsets (or mor pollution) to the west of certain towns like Crewe, Wrexham and so on than in other places. To our west last night a bit of red but not much and a very thin layer of stuff (hardly enough to even show red high up. It was a bit the same looking at the sun today - the sky was blue but slightly off blue and the sun (in H-alpha) not quite crisp or as bright as on a real blue sky day.

Nice shots though.

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