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Saturday October 26, 2013

Budapest, Hungary

Caption: 2013/10/26 07:33 UT. The row of newer solar flares, as they occurred yesterday at 15:03 UT (one stronger, X2-class solar flare); M1 at 17:09 UT; M2 at 19:21 UT and M1.9 at 20:58 UT. Today: an M2-class solar flare unleashed at 06:06 UT. Source for each was sunspot number 1882. Continuation ...

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4. Danube
11:44 AM GMT on November 01, 2013
Hello, EndlessHorizon!
The light conditions change, undoubtedly. Oh, those wonderful, colorful sunsets, unexpected cloud formations, rainbows in the morning ... Also depends on the season. Usually those lights shine clearly visible to the naked eye. They may cause blurring photo portions, especially so, over the waters. Which is the most common is that the brightness completes, fills the sky's colors, especially around the solar corona, even at sunset as well. But during strong solar storms I took also photographies on which the ionized atmosphere framed a located-nearby-statue in pink colour :) The most interesting experiences I gained regarding the 'gray' color... The conditions during low solar wind speeds is another problem area... Etc, etc
This is the most I can say with words :)
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3. EndlessHorizon
7:29 PM GMT on October 27, 2013
Love the light in this shot! Reminds me of an Impressionist painting, how those artists were all about portraying light. Does the light change noticeably due to the solar storms?
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2. EndlessHorizon
7:29 PM GMT on October 27, 2013
Love the light in this shot! Reminds me of an Impressionist painting, how those artists were all about portraying light. Does the light change noticeably due to the solar storms?
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'Danube' (András Juhász): I am a photographer interested in the visualisation of the effects of suddenly appearing solar wind storms. At the same time my colour rich photos also want to mirror the Carpathian Basin's atmosphere, the natural beauty of its wide open spaces and its versatile Cultural Heritage. I return rarely, only when I have something to say about the matter under discussion, and also when I have a great time enjoying myself producing something worthwhile. Thank you for your friendly visit. Goodbye!

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