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frantique

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Image of a beachside celebration during Australia Day (26th January 2007) in Perth.
This panoramic image is remarkable, not only for its clarity and detail, but for the array of activities going on, from fireworks being launched to a sighting of McNaught's Comet to a raging thunderstorm in the distance. I wonder what the people in the right foreground are looking at?
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Edited by frantique, 26 March 2007 - 07:00 AM.

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hehe took me a second to find the comet (not quite "find the guy's forehead")
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That's some sweet lightning in the background there!

*Fenor LOVES lightning!

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took me an entire day to find the comet :whistling:. but still good pics
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Ok, now that everyone is saying that I'm starting to have doubts wether the thing I'm seeing is the comit. Is it that light in the sky next to the clouds? If so why are the people just sitting and waiting for it to hit them? Lol.

Edited by SOORENA, 27 March 2007 - 09:33 PM.

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