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The Green Flash

By Linda Tancs

A green flash sunset, when the last sliver of sun turns green before vanishing into the horizon, is spectacular–and elusive for many.   That’s because a confluence of events must occur for a viewing of this phenomenon:  you need an unobstructed view and no haze or cloud cover at the horizon.  For these reasons, it’s a treat best caught on the open sea.  My favorite green flash moment was in Moorea in the South Pacific.  Leave a comment about your own green flash experience!

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