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Originally posted by EllaMarina
I was taking a walk earlier, just before 2 PM. I'm usually fine wearing sunshades, but this time I was squinting, and for a split second I actually wondered if the lenses were missing.
The rays are also hot, too. The air outside is comfortable, even cool when the clouds were out, but the second the clouds moved away and the light hit me, it felt like the sun had parked itself right on top of my head. The subsequent body heat increase is welcome during walks on cold days, but not now. If I were only allowed to take walks past sunset!
Beautiful red sunsets are also unknown in my area. It's nothing but blue-white gradating directly to black. The only red sunsets I can see are in photographs. I wonder why we don't get any over here?
edit on 18-4-2013 by EllaMarina because: (no reason given)