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Kentucky Color - Double Illumination

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By Billy Joe Fudge

After yesterday afternoon's angry weather had passed, I captured the just passed thunderhead's backside being illuminated by the sun as it was dropping below the horizon.

At the same time and much higher up in the Eastern sky, the sun was illuminating the lunar surface of the Half Moon, waxing Full.

Glory and again, glory; a double illumination



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Kentucky Color - Double Illumination



2017-04-06 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
After yesterday afternoon's angry weather had passed, I captured the just passed thunderhead's backside being illuminated by the sun as it was dropping below the horizon. At the same time and much higher up in the Eastern sky, the sun was illuminating the lunar surface of the Half Moon, waxing Full. Glory and again, glory; a double illumination. - BILLY JOE FUDGE

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