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Sunday February 16, 2014

San Diego, CA (Current Weather Conditions)

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9. photoandy
6:50 AM GMT on February 18, 2014
Thanks everyone! Here is some info I found.
"It is a primarily a green flash because more green light gets through and therefore is more clearly seen. Sometimes, when the air is especially clear, enough of the blue or violet light rays make it through the atmosphere, causing a blue flash to be visible. However, green is the most common hue reported and captured in photos." I am so glad I was there to see this. Location was about 80 m asl.
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8. floridabarb
8:00 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
Simply magnificent and there ain't nuthin' simple about it!
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7. Feather3
4:29 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
I have never seen a blue flash at sunset! A green one yes, but blue, solid? WOW!
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6. Kennebunker
4:08 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
Hey! Kudos and AC congratulations to you, Andy. Great phenomenon you captured here.
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5. YouKnowWho
4:04 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
WAY cool!
AC congrats!
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4. newenglandlight
3:11 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
Amazing! Congrats!
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3. Picatso
2:33 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
Outstanding series!
Thank you!
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2. gardner48197
2:30 PM GMT on February 17, 2014
Sweet series, very cool!! AC Congrats!!
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1. LarryD
11:22 AM GMT on February 17, 2014
WOW! Never heard of a blue flash. Very cool.
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