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Purple And Pink Sky In San Fernando, Pampanga Sparks Reaction

PINK SKY – The purple and pink sky in the city of San Fernando in Pampanga went viral on social media and sparked reaction from netizens.

According to Philippine Star, a netizen named Marc Nacpil took the said photo. It shows a photo of a pink and purple sky and a Ferris wheel.

The photo was taken on an amusement park in San Fernando in the Pampanga province on Thursday (November 14) afternoon.

Here is the said photo uplifted from Philippine Star:

LOOK: A netizen captured this striking photo of the purple and pink sky at an amusement park in San Fernando, Pampanga on Thursday afternoon. (Photo courtesy of Marc Nacpil)

Posted by Philippine Star on Thursday, November 14, 2019

The photo gained at about 18K reactions, mostly likes, hearts and wows; and 2.6K shares as of the moment. Netizens pointed out how the sky symbolizes storm warnings. Here are some of the following comments:

“Thick clouds hiding a gorgeous sunset.”

Jemea Cadano Rolle on Facebook

“not to scare everyone but I saw the same thing way back Yolanda time in my hometown..same thing same color …God help us…”

on Facebook

“Purple skies mean different things. Usually it means a storm is coming, or it’s just an odd quirk of the sun setting, but some people believe it has a different, more spiritual meaning. Some people think it means death is close, or that a lot of people somewhere died. (c)”

Miyuki Co on Facebook

“Something looking so beautiful when something so dangerous was approaching….”

Ritchie on Facebook

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