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Green Flash Photograph - Green Flash Bird Pile by Sean Davey

Green Flash Bird Pile is a photograph by Sean Davey which was uploaded on February 20th, 2013.

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Perfect timing of this green flash! Right place, right time! Beautiful orange glow background!!

Sean Davey replied:

Mahalo.

Amazing capture and beautiful image.

Sean Davey replied:

Thank you Sharon.

Congratulations, your creative minimalist art is featured in the "MINIMALISM 1 A Day" group! 7/2/16

Sean Davey replied:

Mahalo for the feature Lyric. Very much appreciated. Aloha

The trick is to not look at the sun for the last half a minute till it is actually disappearing. If you do then, it makes it much harder to see the green at the end...

Great timing! I haven't even seen the green flash with my own eyes yet.

Sean Davey replied:

Thanks Adam. It's actually a very regular occurrence here on the north shore.