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Was that photoshopped??? If not... you're in for some bad weather... Very pretty clouds though.

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Great pic!

We spend summers watching the sunsets more than the sunrise. Here's a couple from 4th July weekend.

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GREAT pic Xort!!!! Great pic!!!

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The old saw 'red sky at morn, sailor take warn' did not apply today.
I took this picture at sunrise today around 7:30am and the clouds moved out by around 9:30am. It is clear with some high thin cirrus clouds and a light breeze. Snow is forcasted for tonight.
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The old saw 'red sky at morn, sailor take warn' did not apply today.
I took this picture at sunrise today around 7:30am and the clouds moved out by around 9:30am. It is clear with some high thin cirrus clouds and a light breeze. Snow is forcasted for tonight.

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