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Location
Switzerland
Name
Matt
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Location
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
Name
Miguel Tejada-Flores
Geez, Miguel, that street light looks as if it's about 6,000°K!

I hope that it doesn't illuminate the inside of your home.

No worries there, John - it is the view looking down from the 2nd-storey balcony of the small AirBnb apartment I rented this last week for a trip to Mexico City - the street was rather dark but the light seemed to be glowing with an otherworldly energy so I finally gave in and took its nocturnal portrait, so to speak.
 

MountainMan79

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Location
Minnesota
Name
Chris
No worries there, John - it is the view looking down from the 2nd-storey balcony of the small AirBnb apartment I rented this last week for a trip to Mexico City - the street was rather dark but the light seemed to be glowing with an otherworldly energy so I finally gave in and took its nocturnal portrait, so to speak.
Well it’s sure shining into somebody’s damn apartment. Yikes.
 

John King

Member of SOFA
Location
Beaumaris, Melbourne, Australia
Name
John ...
Well it’s sure shining into somebody’s damn apartment. Yikes.
Chris, just one of many thousands of reviewed papers on the serious health effects of exposure to daylight colour temperature lighting at night:


I will not have a daylight colour temperature light bulb inside or outside our house.

One sixth of a Lux is all it takes, through lace curtains and closed eyelids!

High positive correlation with lung, prostate, bowel and breast cancer. Somewhat less so with ovarian and uterine cancer, but still there.
 
Location
Switzerland
Name
Matt
Interesting juxtaposition, Matt.
Yesterday would have been a fabulous day out, stormy, but not overly so ... I had to work, alas. This was taken from my classroom window in the morning (during a break, mind). It's a privilege to have that kind of view, even though I'd have preferred being up on the ridge you see in the background (where the former radio antenna is). It is what it is, sometimes ...

When I finally was able to get out, the light was fading already, and the wind was winding down (ha!) ... but at least I was able to squeeze out a couple before the rain started.

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