Lighting Up the rain (clouds rain sunrise+sunset beach sky water waves ). Photo by algoressister
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Lighting Up the rain

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Friday August 9, 2013

North Bend, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: During the summer, sunsets are rare, due to the marine fog that arrives about an hour before the sky starts to color up. There has been a hurricane east of Hawaii, which I assume is what disrupted the fog. At 8pm, I noticed sun through the trees, so I coaxed Brandy into the truck and went to the beach. Through the rain, and with a rainbow behind me toward the east, the sun lit up the coast for a few moments.

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3. llpj04
11:20 PM GMT on August 12, 2013
This really livens up  your gallery!
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2. gusbuster
1:59 AM GMT on August 11, 2013
Loving colors, just blitzed my screen, would have loved to have been there for these reds and passion hues, the sands look awesome. Must've been a wow moment.
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1. algoressister
6:43 PM GMT on August 10, 2013
I assume the intensity of the color is due to the wildfire just to the south of here.
These clouds erupted to the southeast, and are colliding with coastal air to form lighting fronts.
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