Canon EOS 6D, Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD (200mm, f/2.8, 1 sec, ISO-100)
I rushed to Tama River to photograph a lunar eclipse. Although the moon was hiding in the clouds, the more remarkable phenomenon was occurring in the east. The strong orange light was blinking and the cloudy sky was painted in warm orange color.
Canon EOS 6D, Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 IIDG HSM (12mm, f/11, 60 sec, ISO-100)
This phenomenon is a flare stack, which is a process of detoxicating excessive poisonous gas from a factory. I once thought that there was a big fire. The blinks lasted for more than an hour, and the sky of Tama River changed into the one which I had never seen. It was a pity that I couldn't see a lunar eclipse, but I was lucky to see the awesome flare stack.
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Takumi Nasuno. Tanagura Supporters' Ambassador (Official supporter of Tanagura Town of Fukushima Prefecture). A man who recommends TRIPLESSO just as he likes. A multi-language blogger for mainly nature photography. I'm engaged in knowledge management and data analytics in the field of marketing and information technology industry. Currently I'm struggling to take a good balance of working and parenting after half-a-year childcare leave.