Los Angeles Office Building Skyscrapers - Stock Image

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Los Angeles, California, USA - August 24, 2013: Tall skyscraper office buildings illuminate under sunrise light, with a sunbeam casting off a rooftop. The blue foreground tower belongs to Citibank. The tan tower with the sunbeam belongs to U.S. Bank. Both are in the financial downtown section of Los Angeles, California. The blue sunbeam develops at this time of day at this height because less particle scattering occurs in the sunlight within the shadow of the building than the amount of scattering occurring in the direct sunlight, creating the distinct separation between the two blue shades - referred to as Rayleigh scattering.
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Tall skyscraper office buildings illuminate under sunrise light, with a sunbeam casting off a rooftop. The blue foreground tower belongs to Citibank. The tan tower with the sunbeam belongs to U.S. Bank. Both are in the financial downtown section of Los Angeles, California. The blue sunbeam develops at this time of day at this height because less particle scattering occurs in the sunlight within the shadow of the building than the amount of scattering occurring in the direct sunlight, creating the distinct separation between the two blue shades - referred to as Rayleigh scattering. Los Angeles, California, 2013.

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