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marcus 2013

ffutures in photo_scavenger

Sky - Turquoise sky

Seen VERY briefly today - really not sure of the cause, but I was watching the sky more than usual because of this prompt, and managed to get a picture before it went all grey.

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Wow! What an awesome cloud color.
I'm beginning to think it may have been some sort of weird refraction thing - I took it through a bus window.
interesting..
I'm beginning to think it may have been some sort of weird refraction thing - I took it through a bus window. Maybe I was just looking at exactly the right angle or something.

maybe a refraction

a friend of mine tried to pain a mountain scene with the foreground trees and lake drenched in sunlight and the hills and mountains fogged in b&w grey clouds. it looked surreal like 2 separate worlds. he failed to use colour to paint the grey background so it looks completely stark compared to the coloured foreground. i found it disconcerting, but then i'm a traditionalist in terms of painting
Wow! Dramatic indeed.
I took it through the window of a bus, I'm beginning to think it's some sort of refraction effect, not the actual sky colour.
Gorgeous. It must be the pic of a lifetime!
In the cold light of morning I'm beginning to think it's some sort of refraction thing - I took the picture through a bus window, I may have just been looking at a weird angle or something.
Oooh! Love love LOVE it!
Still trying to figure out how it happened and failing - refraction does seem the most likely cause, so it's the window I took it through rather than the actual sky that caused this.
Great one!
Still trying to figure it out - I really doubt that the sky was this colour, it was some sort of refraction effect since I took it through glass.
Whoa... that is incredible!
As I look at it I'm less and less convinced that it's the real sky colour - I think it's caused by refraction since I took it through a window.