Animals / Birds / cranes / Rio Grande / Sandhill Cranes / Sandias / Sunset Spot VOC November 25, 2021 Timothy Price45 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
45 thoughts on “Spot VOC”
Spot VOC – what does that mean? I love the river and mountains. You do them great justice with your beautiful photos.
Hi Lavinia. Your guess is as good as mine on Spot VOC. The mountains and sunset were south of us.
In chemical talk, VOC is the acronym for “volatile organic compound.” Whether it is the same reference here, it’s anyone’s guess.
I knew that acronym, but I figured it wasn’t applicable in this case. I hope it’s not applicable in this case. Thanks, David.
I hope so too, but the arrow markings are what a utility crew would do.
It could be cable or fiber. Some possible choices: Verification of Conformity. Voltage Open Circuit. Very Old Cognac (you never know out here). Vote of Confidence (a rarity in these parts that someone might want to spot).
Around here, cable is strung on utility poles. Burying fiber optic cable, AT&T and CenturyLink will mark everything with hunter orange spray paint and a forest of orange flags.
Very Old Cognac, I’d go for that. But, it has to be premium cognac.
Could be Voice Over Cable
That’s a good possibility.
Happy to be the first to see your waterways images, Timothy.
It’s the Rio Grande three miles south of where I usually photograph it. A little side tributary. Thanks, Cheyenne.
Beautiful sunset, Tim. Gorgeous.
Most welcome, Tim.
I don’t know about VOC but I am spotting wonderful places to rest my eye! Merci, Tim! 😂
Vision of certainty, maybe. Thanks, Marina.
Now, that’s a good VOC! 😉
I think what they mean was SPOT ON…Look at these wonderful places and wow your photos of them are spot onn
Spot View On Contact? Thanks, Shey.
A beautiful sunset, Timothy. Are those geese I see in the sky? I was going to say a gaggle of geese, but I think that applies to a group of geese not in flight. A SKEIN of geese maybe?
There might have been a skein of geese up there gaggling about, because several flew by with the cranes. Although I think they were mostly a “sedge of cranes” in the photo. Thanks, Lizzy.
That’s interesting ,Timothy. I’m learning all the time. Thank you.
You had the skein of geese in flight right.
I imagine those who will be doing what they need to do know what that means.
Beautify skies. I particularly love the light with the mountain.
Thanks, Dale. I hope they know what it is, because if it’s volatile organic compounds they need to be careful not to spark an explosion.
That is a sure sign we’re being visited by aliens. Worrisome indeed. Have a great day. Love the photos!
We have all kinds of aliens around here. NM is an extraterrestrial magnet. Thanks, Holly.
So I’ve heard. That’s exciting. Who knows what’s out there in the bosque. You do. Wonderful photos today Timothy.
I don’t know how the aliens, La Llorona and Chupacabra get along, but we seem to have more paranormal activity in the bosque than extraterrestrial.
All the better for photos! The aliens are like old friend friends now. I imagine there are some strange creatures out there. Hats off to you and the brave!
The bosque is pretty scary at night between coyotes yipping and howling in surround sound and critters rustling through the underbrush growling.
Shivers. I have crickets and frogs 🐸. Well, I don’t have them but they are out there.
Tim, you find the most curious, interesting things when you’re out and about. Plus the gorgeous landscapes. Hugs on the wing.
Thanks, Teagan. How was your Thanks?
Seeing “VOC” still gives me tremors thanks to years in the corporate trenches, although your “spotting” probably isn’t trying to point out the “voice of the customer”… shudder.
Voice of the customer is a long long VOC it seems. Thanks, Brian.
Hi Timothy, I don’t understand the title but I do love your landscapes.
I don’t understand the title. Thanks, Robbie.
Starts funny, ends dramatic… love it!
Looks like the beavers have been busy!
The beavers a very happy now. Thanks, Resa.
Love the golden sunset…