Crepuscular Tuesday

“Crepuscular” rays are rays of sunshine formed by holes in the clouds, otherwise known as sunbeams. They’re particular visible around sunset or in cloudy, stormy skies. While tonight’s sunset wasn’t quite five-star, it did have a few crepuscular rays on display.

And then, just in case you forgot (or ignored) last night:

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