Fossil Fuel Powered Sunset

Smoke from the California fires gave us a spectacular sunset this evening.

Last summer we had a similar sunset, but there was one big difference last year – sunspots. This year there aren’t any.

Just in case you forgot what sunspots look like.

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5 Responses to Fossil Fuel Powered Sunset

  1. R. Shearer says:

    There are some Western Colorado fires that are likely contributing to the smoke and haze in the area. I smelled smoke this morning which I think is probably from those nearer fires.

  2. lance says:

    amazing how CO2 here on earth causes sunspots…but ‘climate’ experts tell us CO2 can do just about anything!

    great photos though…up here in Alberta, we too are getting pretty good coloured sunsets with the smoke/fires in BC.

  3. misanthropicMarc says:

    Funny, Tony. I was scrolling through the list of photos, saying to myself, “wow, I wonder if those where sunspots that Tony’s camera was picking up??? That must be one hell of a camera setup…” Then I got to the last photo LOL

  4. Pathway says:

    We can’t even see the sun because of the smoke.

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