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Date: 09/15/20 07:00
Artificially low light in Chino, CA
Author: Evan_Werkema

Caught Union Pacific's Chino Local leaving its namesake town shortly before dusk on Monday.  Here are a couple of views of the train pulling out of the industrial park spur and then shoving back toward Pomona into a setting sun greatly dimmed by smoke from two wildfires burning in the mountains 30+ miles away. 






Date: 09/15/20 09:29
Re: Artificially low light in Chino, CA
Author: mojaveflyer

Kind of looks like railroading on Mars....

James Nelson
Thornton, CO



Date: 09/15/20 13:45
Re: Artificially low light in Chino, CA
Author: RRBaron

Great pictures! However you gave it the wrong title. The sky as pictured is a natural condition, nothing's artificial about it. This is one of the phenomena that can naturally occur when beasts of a lower order of life encounters those of a higher order of life. Not to worry though, if evolution continues, the lower form will vanish before any "permanent" harm is done!  



Date: 09/15/20 14:52
Re: Artificially low light in Chino, CA
Author: santafe199

Great pictures! However there is NOTHING wrong with your thread title. Low Light, something Don & I know a thing er 2 about, can come in artificial ways as well as more conventional ways. BTW: The composition in image #1 is spot-on!

Lance :^)



Date: 09/15/20 16:52
Re: Artificially low light in Chino, CA
Author: Ray_Murphy

The sky and sun in Montreal looked pretty much like that this morning - the west coast wildfire smoke is now widespread. As far as it looking like Mars is concerned, here's a natural color photo of a Martian sunset.

Ray 




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