The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta starts mañana
Balloon. Clouds. Contrails
Witness a promise
God blesses another day
Rainbow on display
Jupiter (lower left) is in opposition to the sun tonight. The earth is between the sun and Jupiter, and Jupiter is closer to the earth tonight. The last time Jupiter made an approach this close to the earth was in 1963 (59 years ago). There might be a conspiracy in the 1963 approach and apposition. Saturn (upper right) looked on.
Jupiter and its moons among the stars
Cloudy, mostly gray sunset.
Sliver moon left. Procyon middle right. Alhena upper right. Sirius far right.
This rose is a great representation of aging.
How are you doing?
Toxic liver, bad kidneys
Mr. Happy’s sad
Sirius is the bright star in the center third of the photo below Orian’s Belt.
A closer view. I don’t know what was making the streak to the left of Orian’s Belt. It changed position slightly from the first shot.
Jupiter is in the lower right at the treeline.
Mars, The Pleiades, and Uranus are aligned.
“Where’d ya get the hat?”
Renaissance? I go
Medieval on your hiney
Lay terms? “Kick Your Butt”
Well before dawn, protodawn, predawn
The Moom on September 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21.
*I have no idea if either of the dancers is named Dakota, but their dancing and the Faire reminded me of the line “Dance, dance, Dokato dance…” in Dakota the Dancing Bear, Part II by David Allen Coe. It’s a great song, well worth a listen.