Orange Sun In Obscured Sky
Taken by Peter Paul Hattinga Verschure on October 17, 2017 @ Deventer, Netherlands
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  Camera Used: SAMSUNG WB150 / WB150F / WB152 / WB152F / WB151 / WB151F / WB140
Exposure Time: 1/750
Aperture: f/5.7
ISO: 100
Date Taken: 2017:10:17 15:28:40
 
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Even more & more obscured by the day, some stratocumulus cloud appeared which should not have been there if the sun was in full power. The orange of the sun became more intense, although the brightness of the light still diminished, so that one could look straight in the sun without being blinded.
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Today, We have a cloud of sand of Sahara over the Western Europe !
Posted by pipones 2017-10-17 09:53:58
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