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Ten minutes after I took this picture, I turned around to take another shot and the sky had faded into gray.  Sunsets like these are rare after a snowy day, so I hope you all enjoy the view. 
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Northstar170 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh whoa that's a sunset? It literally looks like the sky is on fire. For real, I can't see the sunset, just the flames xD But beautiful nonetheless.
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SharpPhotoStudio Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2013  Professional Photographer
Yeah, that is how it has been all this week.  I tried to get it today but the sun was descending too quickly for me to get the camera out and find a spot to take the shot.  But if you can imagine it, imagine a sunset but the sun is a glowing red ball.  That is what it looked like today, as well as the other day which is pictured above. 
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Northstar170 Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Huh, does the snow cause this effect? I'm quite unfamiliar with snow and it's environment and effects. But yes, now that you've described it, I can see it in this picture.
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SharpPhotoStudio Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2013  Professional Photographer
I'm not entirely sure that it is the snow that is making the sky looks like that or if it is something else.  I will ask my friend as he most likely has the answer to your question, but it might be a while before I get to see him.  

But if it isn't the snow, all I can think of is that NJ has always had some amazing sunset skies, so I guess I just captured one at the right time. 
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Northstar170 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Yeah I don't know, but I'm thinking there is sometimes going on. Perhaps it's more of just an atmosphere thing or something, maybe the sunlight reaches NJ through a thicker/different type of atmosphere at this time of the year...? Maybe..I'm not sure but I do believe something about the environment right now perhaps caused some of this, in addition to it being a pretty sunset on top of that. Maybe there was a fire nearby? I don't know.
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