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    Clouds are good for landscape photography...GRRRR!

    Clouds are generally a good thing for landscape photographers. Sadly last night Hobart was fairly much covered in cloud:

    SUBJ: IPS AURORA ALERT 0920 UT ON 09 Mar 2012 HIGH LATITUDES
    ISSUED AT 0920 UT ON 09 Mar 2012 BY IPS RADIO AND SPACE SERVICES
    FROM THE AUSTRALIAN SPACE FORECAST CENTRE


    GEOMAGNETIC STORM IN PROGRESS. AURORA MAY BE OBSERVED
    DURING LOCAL NIGHT TIME HOURS IN GOOD OBSERVING CONDITIONS
    AT HIGH LATITUDES.

    So the clouds blocked out any chance of seeing or photographing it!
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    Stoopid clouds! *brandishing of fist, gnashing of teeth*
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    Tuff Luck Rick ....... we could send you some flood waters if you'd prefer :-)

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    Some photographers I know that live about an hour south of Hobart managed to get some fairly impressive shots, even with scattered clouds.

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