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You can never go wrong with the sky & sunset. 🧡 Astronomical Twilight! #FierySunset #AdobeLightroom #CloudninePreset Saturday, 22 February 2020 (GMT+8) Dusk in Zone III, Digos City, Davao del Sur 6:12 PM


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Thursday thoughts: Pepsi and coke can't even be in the same restaurant together and society wants us all to get along. Pffft. . . . . Have a great day! . . . . . . . . . #nature_brilliance #sunsetlover #sunset_pics #lighthouse #beachwaves #beachlife #bayareablogger #longexposure #fierysunset #beachbum #californiacoast #norcal #boardwalk #santacruz #sfblogger #oceanside #beachvibes #sunsetphotography #seaside #fierysky #californiadreaming #beachday #beachwalk


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Маяк ... #Маяк #СевернаяПрирода #Карелия #ПейзажиРоссии #ЛетнийВечер #ЯркийЗакат #МистическийЗакат #СветВоТьме #ЛучиНадежы #СветПобеждает #СолнцеВНочи #ПрощаниеСолнца #ДорожкаСвета #LightHouse #BeaconLight #RussianLakes #WildNature #Dark_Sun #LightsConquerDark #DarkNature #MysteriousSun #FierySunset #AmaizingEvening #FantasticEvening #rtgtv


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At dusk in the mountains of the Portes du Soleil, we have the pleasure of this beautiful mix of sunset and cloud. Fiery and cool together. Love it. #alpinequests #alpinequestschatel #cateredskichalet #fierysunset #sunset #dusk #cloud #mix #piste #skyline #portesdusoleil #evening #pleasure #warm #cool #chatel #loveit #nature #weather #yellow #grey #😁 #instapic #outandabout


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As I left work today, this was my view. #palmtrees #fierysunset #centralflorida


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#fierysunset this evening


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Imagine driving down this road 😍📸 - Follow @travel.gram.2020 💞 - Follow @travel.gram.2020 💞 - Use #travelgram2020📸 or tag us for a chance to be featured 💞 • • #nature #travelgram2020📸 #drive #road #fierysunset #sunsets #firesky #orangesky #redsky #redclouds #incredible #desert #mountains #red #monumentvalley Photo credit: @neohumanity


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PANTONE Classic Blue 19-4052 was chosen as the Colour of the Year 2020 because it’s calm and peaceful. Fair enough. It seems though that nature has come up with its own colour of the year. A tad more dramatic one... • • #nature #sky #dramaticsky #colouroftheyear #pantone #classicbook #sunset #fierysunset #design #designcolour #red #blue #colours #interiordesign #natureissuchatrendsetter #inspiration


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🌅 That moment when you realize no words or pictures can produce the same qualia of initial perception. It felt like i was staring at melting gold sprinkled with diamonds. I could feel physical pleasure in my eye sockets. . . . . . #sunsetporn #sunset #greensunset #sunandclouds #virginia #bloodysunset #twilight #twilightsunset #sunsetsky #sunsetskyline #sunsetsky🌅 #sunsetskylovers #pinksunset #pinksunsets #pinksunsetsky #greensky #greenskyline #brilliantsunset #fierysky #fierysunset #amazingsunset #settingsun #greenlight


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Alma Thomas. Fiery Sunset. 1973. Red-blue fire in the sky. Orange-red, red-orange, that gleams and seems a_thunder. It is neither transparent nor transcendent. It is no sun, no star, no lighted bulb. It is solid, thick, dense, soaked without tracks. One, uninterrupted by interruption. A burning piece of coal in a dark room, in a dark fireplace, in a dark night. Burning for hours to be and to come and to had to be come. Torn pieces of ink drenched paper. Swirling like flying ash mixed with snowflakes. Softly pressed with a pulsating thumb on the inner surface of a stone cave. Drifting silently over this dizzying warmth. Peeling the world off sound and motion and voice. #art #almathomas #fierysunset #february16 #mymomanyc


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Fiery sunset 🌅🤩 - Follow @travel.gram.2020 💞 - Follow @travel.gram.2020 💞 - Use #travelgram2020📸 or tag us for a chance to be featured 💞 • • #nature #travelgram2020📸 #fierysunset #redsky #sunsets #sunset #beach #sea #clouds #orangesky #palmtrees Photo credit: @magickrabi


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Change de ciel et tu changeras d'étoile 🌟 🌠 #picoftheday #sunset #clermontferrand #newlife #mylife #fierysky #fierysunset #beautiful #streetphotography


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A beautiful subtle winter's day sunset over the city this evening.  So pretty... Koby actually escaped at the same time but I was too focused on capturing the sunset here lol.  My mom eventually caught him soon after... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, February 5, 2020; 5:49 p.m.) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… Through Saturday, NorCal was to see mostly sunny skies.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations at most.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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A gorgeous sunset display seen right over my neck of the woods.  Koby actually escaped at the same time but I was too focused on capturing the sunset here lol.  My mom eventually caught him soon after... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, February 5, 2020; 5:46 p.m.) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… Through Saturday, NorCal was to see mostly sunny skies.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations at most.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Another day ends with a gorgeous sunset display right over my neck of the woods.  Koby actually escaped at the same time but I was too focused on capturing the sunset here lol.  My mom eventually caught him soon after... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, February 5, 2020; 5:46 p.m.) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… Through Saturday, NorCal was to see mostly sunny skies.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations at most.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Happy Valentine's Day everyone! The "Unconditional Surrender" statue during a fiery sunset. #happyvalentinesday #unconditionalsurrenderstatue #love #sunset #fierysunset #sandiego #visitsandiego


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#ctto @patrick_simon_photography #fierysunset #burningsky #aflame


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Winter sunsets turn fiery when the good season is at the door


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A horizon glowing with color early this evening.  Just beautiful... Koby actually escaped at the same time but I was too focused on capturing the sunset here lol.  My mom eventually caught him soon after... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, February 5, 2020; 5:49 p.m.) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… Through Saturday, NorCal was to see mostly sunny skies.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations at most.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Observing a beautiful sunset display right over my neck of the woods.  Just so pretty... Koby actually escaped at the same time but I was too focused on capturing the sunset here lol.  My mom eventually caught him soon after... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, February 5, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… Through Saturday, NorCal was to see mostly sunny skies.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations at most.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Taking in a beautiful sunset display right over my neck of the woods.  So pretty... Koby actually escaped at the same time but I was too focused on capturing the sunset here lol.  My mom eventually caught him soon after... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Wednesday around sunset, February 5, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… Through Saturday, NorCal was to see mostly sunny skies.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations at most.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Wow, it looks like there's a raging wildfire just over the horizon here!  Certainly, the sunset was a fiery one this evening... I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Ending another winter's day with a stunningly fiery sunset display in Silicon Valley.  Just amazingly beautiful indeed!  I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Wow, talk about a fiery sunset this evening in the city!  The colors are so vibrant here.  I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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A stunning sunset display seen this evening over Silicon Valley!  Simply beautiful... I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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A horizon on fire this evening.  Just so pretty indeed!  I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020; 5:44 p.m.) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Wow, talk about an epic, fiery sunset tonight over the city!  Just beautiful... I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday around sunset, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Early evening settles upon Silicon Valley.  Loving the colors here, especially near the horizon... I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020; 5:55 p.m.) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Nothing like ending another winter's day with a dazzlingly fiery sunset display this evening in the city!  Gotta love the vibrant colors of the clouds here.  I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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A burning sky this evening in the city.  Just so beautiful indeed!  Certainly, the sunset was quite gorgeous this evening... I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Ending another day with a stunningly fiery sunset display in Silicon Valley.  Just amazingly beautiful!  I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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A horizon on fire with color early this evening.  Just so beautiful indeed!  I rushed to get home from work just to drop some stuff & grab my Nikon (and crystal ball) and headed up here to take in nature's display tonight... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA from The Point Church parking lot. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight.  The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week.  A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east.  Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday.  By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal.  We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations.  Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday.  Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday.  Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps.  By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state.  This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations.  Where’s the rain here?  Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks.  As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state.  As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Watch more sunsets than Netflix. 😉 Happy Friday! #bluelagoonfiji


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Final two sunset scenes from tonight ❤️


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More of tonight’s vibrant sunset , the colors kept changing!


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First set of tonight’s fiery sunset 🌅


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Driving into the sunset... Gotta love the colors of the sky here, especially near the horizon. Certainly, the sunset was a gorgeous one this evening! Footage taken from around San Jose, CA. (Tuesday early evening, February 4, 2020) *Weather update/forecast/drought returning?: Still no rain in sight. The ongoing dry weather pattern was to continue for at least the next week. A high pressure ridge remains off the coast with the jet stream (storm track) arching over the top of it & then dropping southward into western Canada… This day thru midday Saturday, NorCal was to be mostly sunny with some high clouds from storms moving by to our north & east. Temps were to be 5-10 degrees above normal thru Friday & then cool a little on Saturday. By late Saturday & Sunday, a low pressure area was forecast to drop southward along the California/Nevada border & end up over SoCal. We were to see a few clouds from this system with isolated showers over the high elevations. Temps were to drop back to below normal Sunday. Gusty northerly winds were also expected Sunday. Looking ahead to Monday, we would see more sun with below normal temps. By Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to drop southward across the state. This system was to bring a few showers to the higher elevations. Where’s the rain here? Unusually dry conditions have persisted & become more anomalous in recent weeks. As of now, seasonal rainfall accumulation to date has now fallen well below average in the northern portions of the state. As a result of low precip & relatively warm temps, snowpack was now falling behind typical values rather quickly (around 70% of average statewide). That said, state reservoir levels remain in good shape for the moment due to carryover from recent years… Pray for rain!


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Incredibly beautiful fiery sky🔥🌤️ Photo as a drawn picture🌫️ • • • • #fierysunset #sunset #sun #firesky #sky #fire #nature #naturelover #naturelovers #naturphotography #nice #naturephoto #beautiful #naturephotographer #traveling #picture


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Марсианские хроники закатов. Закат трёх островов . Martian Chronicles of sunsets. Sunset of the three islands . #природа#закат#огненныйзакат#небо#облака#море#океан#безфильтров#nature#sunset#fierysunset#sky#clouds#sea#ocean#withoutfilters#nofilters


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Another fiery sunset!


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Profumi indescrivibili nell’aria della sera... (F. Battiato). #reflections #reflectionphotography #reflectiongram #reflection_shotz #raw_reflection #reflectionlake #reflection_perfection #reflection_super_pics #reflection_creative_pictures #landscape #landscapelovers #landscapephotography #landscape_captures #tv_landscapes #landscape_collection #sunsetphotography #sunsetlovers #sunset_captures #sunset_pics #sunset_vision #sunset_creative_pictures #ig_sunsetshots #ig_sunset #super_photosunset #total_sunset #live_your_sunsets #fierysunset #sky_collection #skyporn #loves_reflections


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39 - Fiery sunset at high old factory - Tramonto infuocato alla Fabbrica Alta * * * 📍Schio (VI) - Veneto - Italy 🇮🇹 * * * #nofilter #fierysunset #sunset #schio #oldfactory #sunsetsky #veneto #italia #colors #закат #viaggio #viaggi #travel #traveler #travelers #travelersnotebook #journey #journeys #landscape #landscapes #cultura #culture #factory #fabbrica #2018 #twilight #italysunset #fire #fuoco #39


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