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Winter sun enlights vapor so well!

Discussion in 'Vaporization Discussion' started by PPN, Jan 10, 2017.

  1. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

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    Hi guys,

    Did you notice how the winter sun is perfect to enlight your vapor inthe beginning of the morning or the end of the afternoon?

    It's mesmerizing to look at this clouds dancing in the air!
     
  2. kellya86

    kellya86 Herb gardener...

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    Yep I love it... It's probably the angle of the sun making more particles visible to eyes or something....

    The cool crisp morning air can give the impression of huge, never ending clouds....
    Although I know it's not all vapour, still very satisfying...
     
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  3. Vaked420

    Vaked420 Well-Known Member

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    For me here in Seattle, where we have never heard of this mystical ball of fusion energy you speak of, the winter months are definitely prime outdoor vaping time for me. I love seeing vapor when I would have assumed the bowl was toast long ago, and to clarify it isnt just exhaled water vapor, it is noticeable vapor that is thicker than the normal exhale, but also wouldn't be visible if it wasn't so damn cold lol
     
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  4. machine.screw

    machine.screw Member

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    In the winter we have a blue sunlight if you look at vapor with 6400k temp light it will look awesome. A 2400k temp light (closer to the red spectrum like candle light) you won't see it very well such as in summer. Why the winter has blue light and summer has red light is the way the angle the suns rays hit the atmosphere I think.
     
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  5. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

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    Maybe I mistaken but I thought the summer light was on the white/blue spectrum and the winter light on the yellow/red spectrum....that's why we use differents light to grow our favourite flower, mercure light to grow up and sodium light for blooming...isn't it?
     
  6. P.A.M.

    P.A.M. Vapo Rising

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    The sun as full spectrum year round I would think. Seeing more vapor this time of year might be attributed to weather / cooler temperatures or humidity.

    Yes, growers use blue 6500k for vegetation and red 2700k for flowering/blooming but that is to mimic the sun spectrums the flower needs the most during those particular stages. That and light times/schedule.
     
    Last edited: Jan 15, 2017
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