Red Skies at Night

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    a wonderful image to end the series with. Looking forward to XPRS 2006.

    (photo by Ian Kluft who also I also want to thank for his awesome guide to the Black Rock Desert)

    seoul_scurry, AndrewNZ, McPHX, and 94 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. nuc_gr 104 months ago | reply

      wondefull color...

    2. vverbosely 103 months ago | reply

      whoa, this is awesome!

    3. Kwisatch 103 months ago | reply

      I thought it was a lightning at first. A fav.

    4. Ph@T [deleted] 103 months ago | reply

      fireworks are cool

    5. jurvetson 103 months ago | reply

      it's actually a high power model rocket in the Black Rock desert... See

    6. JohnnyRainbow 102 months ago | reply

      Kwisatch: Me too! I needed a few seconds to realize it's just fireworks.

      Cool photograph though!

    7. jurvetson 102 months ago | reply

      heh... not sure if you are trying to goad me..... ;-)

      These are a lot bigger than your average bottle rocket. One project was trying to go beyond the atmosphere, the first photo here:

      enlargement Pulse-jet engine test Heads up!

      You can hear a daytime launch of a 14' tall one here on Revver.

      Of course, the original photo above is clearly inspiration for Spielberg's interpretation of War of the Worlds.... =)

    8. Mr. Beames 97 months ago | reply

      Bendy air lightsaber

    9. Sky Kite 94 months ago | reply

      Love this shot Steve, its fabulous !

      Suggested title "7 Up" ! :o)

    10. 89 months ago | reply

      Great shot !

    11. mira_o 89 months ago | reply

      Fantastic! Well done!
      Found at GreatPixGallery50+ Group!

    12. nhanhauzinha 89 months ago | reply

      Stunning! Just in the moment!!

    13. _saurabh_ 86 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Flickr Platinum (RULES CHANGED), and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    14. djonstyle 14 months ago | reply

      This is amazing... I wasn't sure what it was at first... almost looks like it came from above.

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