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picks you up more than the sunrise the next morning. The sunrise is saying that it is a new day, and is giving you an opportunity to either put the previous day behind you, or keep it with you and make the most out of your past experiences. Even though we look at the sunrise as just the sun rising above the horizon, there is much more to this action that not only affects us day to day, but for a lifetime. There are many times where you are not looking forward to the sunrise the next morning. It could...

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Time - Angle - Shadow

conclusions were made: * The length of the shadow is inversely proportional to the angle of elevation of the sun, meaning the longer the shadow casted the smaller the angle of elevation of the sun is (as shown in the data table above). * At sunrise and sunset, though formed in opposite directions, longest shadows are casted. Around noon, when the sun is directly overhead, very little shadows are casted which may sometimes appear like no shadows are casted at all. The length of the shadow depends...

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56776081 Descriptive Phrases On Scenery

Descriptive Phrases on Scenery Sunrise/Sunset - The sunset was glorious, all rosy and salmon-pink. - The sun-lit sky and sea blend perfectly into each other. - The awe-inspiring sun danced in from the horizon. - Dews on the blades of grass sparkled in the sunlight. - The sky was overwhelmed by crimson and amber-tinted clouds. - The sun filtered through the clouds, signaling the end of the rain. - It was a blindingly hot day and the humidity in the air was stifling. - The whole landscape was bathed...

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Letting Nature Speak

The sun illuminates only the eye of the man, but shines into the eye and the heart of the child” (563). This is so true; often nature is only seen for its face value. Sunrise is a particularly beautiful, natural event to experience, and all to often we do not take the time to enjoy the wonderful events that unfold during a sunrise. As the sun is approaching the horizon, I hear birds singing and nocturnal animals scurrying back to their dens to sleep the day away. The birds seem to be calling to one...

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Seasons: Equator and Wearing- Warm Clothes

Southern and Northern Hemispheres. As latitude increases to 80° (polar circles-north or south) day length can be seen to increase to 24 hours or decrease to zero (depending on the time of year). Daytime starts at sunrise and ends at sunset. Day length (length of the day) is the time from sunrise to sunset when it is light. June 21st (the longest day in the northern hemisphere and the shortest day in the southern hemisphere) and December 21st (the shortest day in the northern hemisphere and the longest...

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Who Is the Most Admirable Character in a River Runs Through It?

the sun rises and when the sun goes down. Sunset can also be very bright, and as some people say, people go to the light as they die. “Sunrise is the time to feel that you will be able to find out how to help somebody close to you who you think needs help even if he doesn't think so. At sunrise everything is luminous but not clear,” and at this point in time, sunrise was sunset for Paul as Norman started to help him (31)....

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General Nature Poems

earth and all who inhabit her and nature reigns majestically. An opulent star shrieks sadly tugging in flamed splendour and drifting through despair. Springs flower disappears slowly glinting, when life rises with glorious symphony. Sunrise now sighs in dark red screens , spreading opulently and sunset settles below the horizon. A pleading Winter groans mistily preying with blackened colour and ringing determinedly in passion. Whilst cool winter bows amongst the flowers, ...

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essays on weather

(violent), dark, ragged clouds. A sky of mackerel (greenish-blue) clouds, crimson and amber-tinted. It was a grey afternoon with a dull sky threatening rain. A cloud, ominous and black, drifted over the mountain and released a sudden shower. (b) Sunrise and sunset: The sun rose in a pool of crimson (dark red) and gold, spilling light all over the land and the white clouds. From freezing night, it turned to scorching day as the sun climbed towards its zenith. As the sun set, the few thin strips...

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A Picture Says a Thousand Words

darkness of the ground? This picture represents freedom, beauty, security, and ambiguity. It also represents containment, difference, and future. I know that the sun will rise when the night is over, and I know the night will come again, but each sunrise and sunset is different. This sunset is unique and will never happen again. This picture represents a point in time that will never happen exactly the same again, which makes it that much more interesting. The consideration of the unknown still...

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Before Sunrise and Before Sunset

The films Before Sunrise and Before Sunset are said to represent the so-called slacker genre. Slackers are individuals in society who have no direction and no reasonable expectation or realistic goals in life. This term is mainly used with Generation X’ers (people born between 1961 and 1981) (Casto, “What’s A Slacker Movie?”). Slacker movies are films that deal with the ordinary day-to-day life of these people. In Before Sunrise and Before Sunset the characters sense of wandering and the feel of...

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