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Austin 360 Volcanic Sunset

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Volcanic sunsets are due to gas and ashes from the Kasatochi volcano in Alaska's Aleutian islands. Austin began seeing these beautiful sunsets early in August and they have continued to be visible as late as October of 2008. The theory is that the particles of gas, dust and ash are the proper size to scatter sunlight from white or yellowish light into a wide variety of hues, most notably orange, red, and yellow. This specific eruption off the Alaskan island chain has caused these beautiful sunset light shows across North America. If you missed one of these events, Randy has captured a sunset from high above the Pennybacker 360 bridge for all to enjoy. These atmospheric events result in some incredible scenes at sunrise and sunset. Copyright Randy Smith, Ltd. 2008, 2009.

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