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Ophelia turns London sky red

The sky turns red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

The sky turns red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

The sky turns red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs
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The sun is seen after dawn after the Met Office reported that storm Ophelia has drawn dust north from the Sahara, near Exeter. 


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The sun is seen after dawn after the Met Office reported that storm Ophelia has drawn dust north from the Sahara, near Exeter. REUTERS/Toby Melville

The sun is seen after dawn after the Met Office reported that storm Ophelia has drawn dust north from the Sahara, near Exeter. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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The sky turns dark during mid afternoon in the financial district of Canary Wharf in London. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs

The sky turns dark during mid afternoon in the financial district of Canary Wharf in London. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs

The sky turns dark during mid afternoon in the financial district of Canary Wharf in London. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs
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A man photographs the sky turning red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

A man photographs the sky turning red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

A man photographs the sky turning red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs
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The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London. REUTERS/Mary Turner

The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London. REUTERS/Mary Turner

The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London. REUTERS/Mary Turner
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People walk through Canary Wharf while the sky overhead turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

People walk through Canary Wharf while the sky overhead turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

People walk through Canary Wharf while the sky overhead turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs
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A plane flies past buildings in the Canary Wharf district as the sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. 



REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

A plane flies past buildings in the Canary Wharf district as the sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

A plane flies past buildings in the Canary Wharf district as the sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs
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The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London. REUTERS/Mary Turner

The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London. REUTERS/Mary Turner

The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London. REUTERS/Mary Turner
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The sky turns red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

The sky turns red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

The sky turns red over buildings in Canary Wharf as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs
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The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London.


 REUTERS/Mary Turner

The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London. REUTERS/Mary Turner

The sky over Westminster turns orange as storm Ophelia brings dust from the Sahara, filtering the light over London. REUTERS/Mary Turner
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A woman photographs buildings in Canary Wharf as the sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

A woman photographs buildings in Canary Wharf as the sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs

A woman photographs buildings in Canary Wharf as the sky turns red as dust from the Sahara carried by storm Ophelia filters sunlight over London. REUTERS/Tom Jacobs
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