The Digital Aurora Borealis

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    There's not many places where you can get a colorful sky in the middle of the night. China seems to be one of the best places to have these strange digital phenomenon.

    This place is called "The Place." It ranks right up there with some of the other awful names of Chinese locations. They should hire a poet or two so these places can sound more exotic. I'd be happier if it was called "Tomorrow Sky" or "The Sea of Matrix."

    - Trey Ratcliff

    Read more here at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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    1. Neticola 29 months ago | reply

      Excellent shot!
      Congrats on EXPLORE!

      Via Today's Explore at #204 on Fluidr

    2. Thomaniac 29 months ago | reply

      Really impressive!

    3. Sprengben [why not get a friend] 29 months ago | reply

      This is so sweet, thanks for sharing it and it really deserves Explore!
      Have a successful Sunday.

    4. jordannek 29 months ago | reply

      What a great scene. Very cool.

    5. aizhol 29 months ago | reply

      Cold Fire? Hot Ice?

    6. Raed M.Ashi 29 months ago | reply

      Very beautiful

    7. Xuan Che 29 months ago | reply

      Are you kidding that's a badass name. You can‘t beat a place that's known as "THE place". Now, after posting this comment I will return to THE house to drink THE coffee.

    8. 7even89 29 months ago | reply

      Insane! Love the color!

    9. aizhol 29 months ago | reply

      lol. but that would mean each coffee would taste differently each time you drink it)

    10. Andy Nico 29 months ago | reply

      Absolutely gorgeous.

    11. atropo8 29 months ago | reply

      Beautiful shot!
      Congratulations for explore!

    12. Rozanne Hakala 28 months ago | reply

      Super cool shot!

    13. fredjnett69 27 months ago | reply

      Freemont st. east.....I think THE PLACE is a cool name ,perhaps if they added "giant"..I'm sure that the names of some of the western places ,translates into something not so good in chinese.

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