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    Re: Pictures That Make You Say WOW!

    Devil's Bridge in Sedona, AZ:

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    Decided to look up with my phone:

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    One of my Brahma hens this morning:

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    Re: Pictures That Make You Say WOW!

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    Composite image of traffic on flight paths out of London Heathrow


    Source: Why Airlines Make Flights Longer on Purpose

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    Re: Pictures That Make You Say WOW!

    Hahonogeh Canyon at sunrise:
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    Coal Mine Canyon at sunset:
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    Dinosaur track in Tuba City:
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    Source: Tuba City, AZ -- Wikipedia

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    Re: Pictures That Make You Say WOW!

    Airglow over Little Grand Canyon, Utah | Todays Image | EarthSky

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    "The Little Grand Canyon is a spectacular canyon in the San Rafael Swell of Utah. It's not very far from the town of Price, yet light pollution is minimal, especially if photographing to the south. On this particular night beautiful red and green airglow was captured by the camera. Airglow can sometimes be faintly visible to the naked eye, but long exposures modern digital sensors are sensitive to recording it. Both the green and red colors are from oxygen at from different heights of the atmosphere."

    ~ Marc Toso, photographer

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