Canon Digital Rebel XSi
So, what are you looking at here?
This is an optical phenomenon known as anticrepuscular rays. On the right (slightly blocked by trees) is the western horizon, and on the left, the eastern horizon. When the sun set on the right, there were a few clouds on the horizon. These clouds blocked some of the sun's light, creating these massive rays/shadows. The shadows were well-defined (thanks to the assistance of some sunset-lit clouds), and therefore extended all the way to the left. On the left, they appear to converge at a point called the "antisolar point." This, however, is simply an optical illusion, as the rays are actually parallel.
In other words... it was a ridiculous sunset
Please tell me what you think!