199 thoughts on “Green Flash Over Molika’i/Oahu~

  1. I love the colouration of the clouds as they are lit up by the setting sun. This is a glorious series of photographs, Cindy.

  2. Beautiful Cindy, I hope your not suffering too much taking all these lovely photos over there. Especially the crocodile cloud getting ready to eat the sun…but alas, the sun by the last photo was eating him instead πŸ€£β€οΈπŸ™πŸ½

  3. Great you saw it and caught it and shared it. I’d love to witness that.

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  4. I couldn’t see a green flash, so I had to look up what you were talking about. I still can’t see it. Time for new glasses? Nothing green. What am I missing?

    • My son said the same thing. It is a tiny green flash in the last photo. I can see it clearly, but then I tend to see things!!!! πŸ˜‰ Green Flashes occur when setting sunslight reflects off the earth’s atmosphere creating a prism დ

    • hmmmmmm…… My interest is piqued. We’ve been here a bunch but are having a wonderful time. Today I swam with 8 green sea turtles, big old guys which was awesome, and I am going doors off in a heli over Moloka’i for photography by myself (no one wants to go with me, go figure!) and the cardinals are walking in our lanai door daily, so I’m good. I see from your posts that you all are busy with the competitions. Enjoy & stay safe დ

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