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From The Back Yard: Know Thyself. — 3 Comments

  1. Sadly, there are. The yellowish light on the right side is from the west – creeping light pollution from the cities of Plover and Stevens Point. I’m not 100% sure where the blue came from. Part of me thinks it might be a result of the light from my parents house with 15 second exposure. All that runs down the line past our property in that direction are farms.

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