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on: October 17, 2005, 05:01:21 pm » posted from:Farsta,Stockholms Lan,Sweden

Look your shadow in a cloudy day. Do you notice that the edge between the shadow and the bright part is not sharp. Is it only the strength of the sunray or some part of lights are cut of when sunray went through the cloud ?
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