Indonesian Sky Turns Blood Red Due To Haze

Indonesia — Skies over the Jambi Province turned red over the weekend due to the widespread forest fires that rage over huge parts of the country. A resident of the province, who took photos of the sky, stated that the haze “hurt her eyes and throat.”

Listen beautiful relax classics on our Youtube channel.

Every year, fires in Indonesia create a smoky haze that can end up blanketing the entire South East Asian region.

A meteorology expert told the BBC the unusual sky was caused by a phenomenon known as Rayleigh scattering.

Eka Wulandari, from the Mekar Sari village in Jambi province, captured the blood-red skies in a series of photos taken at around midday on Saturday.

The haze conditions had been especially “thick that [day]”, she said.

(Image Credit: Eka Wulandari)

Source: neatorama

Rating Indonesian Sky Turns Blood Red Due To Haze is 5.0 / 5 Votes: 3
Please wait...