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Fardragon
Rohan

Nov 11 2012, 11:23am


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I agree.


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is the sky appears to be too pink compared to what is normal for a red setting sky. Its not to say they dont occur like that, its just not one people see as regularly as a more orange sky.


I actually painted a picture from a photo I took with exactly that colour sky. I noticed the colour one evening, and decided it would make a good painting. So I went back with my camera. It took a couple of attempts, over several evenings, but I was able to get the same sky again.

But I think people don't get out much at sunset - and you would certainly never see that if you lived in a city or anywhere with street-lights.

That may be a fairly unusual sky, but it certainly happens sometimes. But the photoshopped version is just plain wrong - you only ever see that blue-white light with artificial light sources.

A Far Dragon is the best kind...

(This post was edited by Fardragon on Nov 11 2012, 11:33am)


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Post edited by Fardragon (Rohan) on Nov 11 2012, 11:33am


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