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A “crazy beautiful” December dawn

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Photos by MARTHA BENEDICT

MONTECITO HEIGHTS — Martha Benedict was up early today to catch images of what she described as a “crazy beautiful dawn.” A trio of photos show how the clouds changed from a dusty pink to a golden orange as the sun rose.

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One comment

  1. While these shot ARE beautiful, the weirdness in the sunsets and sunrises is due to covert geoengineering efforts utilizing the spraying of heavy metal aerosols into the atmosphere. While this does make for more scenic sunrises and sunsets, the days experience a gross haze that is not fog but rather a dangerous, poisonous chemical soup in the sky. More attention needs to be brought to this poisoning of our skies. #whatintheworldaretheyspraying

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