Sunset flight

Sunset flight

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A jet streaks across the sky above the spires of St. Louis Church in Auburn on Monday evening.

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A cormorant flies down the Androscoggin River at sunset Monday night with the spires of St. Louis Church in Auburn in the background.

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A bird streaks across the sky with St. Louis Church spires looming in the background Monday night in Auburn.

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Sunset at Gas Light Park in Lewiston on the last day of September.

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Sunset at Gas Light Park in Lewiston on the last day of September.

Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Sunset at Gas Light Park in Lewiston on the last day of September.

Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Sunset at Gas Light Park in Lewiston on the last day of September.

Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Sunset at Gas Light Park in Lewiston on the last day of September.

Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Sunset at Gas Light Park in Lewiston on the last day of September.

Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Sunset at Gas Light Park in Lewiston on the last day of September.

Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal

Sunset at Gas Light Park in Lewiston on the last day of September.

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Kim Berry's picture

NO IT ISNT beauty

I guess I would have to say this not beauty!
I personally do not enjoy seeing photos of Poison Sumac tree cancering the river banks and properties in the Lewiston/Auburn area. Those are disgusting WEEDS.

second, that plane that is flying over our homes is dumping tons of toxic chemicals all over us, daily. Since when is it ok to see a huge glowing plume like that? (contrails dissipate within seconds after leaving the air craft b.t.w.)

This is a long lasting spread out plume of aluminum, barium, strontium & mercury and whatever the day's batch is for the particular weather modification purpose potion of the day. There is no conspiracy to this. It is a well documented program, as written in scholarly journals, and other credible data banks in the scientific community.

**Smash your t.v. set & WAKE UP ALREADY** Consider alternative media

Kim Berry's picture

EDUCATE YOURSELF, OUTSIDE THE BOX

look up the following:

cloud seeding, solar radiation management, weather modification, geoengineering, fedbook-march against chemtrails and geoengineering.

US patents numbers
4686605 A, 7413145 B2, 7659197 B1

Then come back, and share your informed opinion. There are millions of people all over the world who would like to see these programs halted and reviewed for the health and safety concerns that we have brought to the table. Time to get out of your comfort zone, think outside the box. It is lovely that our photographer sees the beauty in things. I appreciate that. But, there are many people who are NOT so informed on this particular issue that I have raised here. Appologies SJ for pouncing this string, but, I am just looking to reach out to people who are already aware of this topic.

~wakey~wakey~ Sector Three FEMA soon to be your new home, unless we all get with it.

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