Scene notes:A longer interval of around ten seconds is used. Clouds in the late afternoon at have enough space between them to allow sunlight through, and the humidity brings out vibrant light rays. The clouds blow quickly on the land, and as the second half of the clip goes, the light rays are observed to rapidly shift with the openings of the cloud positions. These crepuscular rays are not uncommon in partly cloudy, high humidity skies one to three hours before sunset. With days being far longer, the summer has more time and opportunity for these rays to reach through. But clouds are less common in Oregon during the summer, so often fall and spring are fair times as the day progresses, and some clouds are persisting. Far below in the frame of the clip, meadows are shadowed frequently among a forested, hilly landscape, with a lake in the far distance before the coast range of buttes and mountains. Length at 30 fps: 16:15
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Fast low-level clouds near sunset creating crepuscular rays