The faintest rays of sunlight reveal thin clouds over Orion in the lower central photo. Mars is the brightest point of light on the upper right part of the image. Electronic technology makes this possible; with a regular camera, a hand held photo like this would just show steaks of light. #orion #dawn
This curious patch of orange appeared in the eastern sky just before sunrise. It appeared not only beautiful but, also somewhat ominous, considering that it is hurricane season. Perhaps it was just a Rorschach test for the amusement or the trepidation of anyone who happened to notice its brief apparition.
Chilly air colored by the dawning sun filtered the light from the setting full Moon as it peered between the branches of a live oak behind our yard. While leaves are falling in the front yard as our maple sheds its leaves, the live oak wait for spring for their leaves to fall. The seasonsContinue reading “Beauty-full Moon”