Venus and The Pleiades conjunction in the low right. The short streak at the top is a satellite.
Conjunctions happen! And this week, Venus and The Pleiades are getting up close and personal as they pass each other, as seen from our earthly perspective.
Venus and The Pleiades on the right. The Kiss Flying-V on the left.
Venus looked orb-like shining through the thin cloud cover, with The Pleiades managing to shine through the clouds as well.
Speaking of orbs, I was in the middle of a bast of phantasm plasma bursting out of the dark matter. Researchers who deal in paranormal activity believe that ghosts and spirits travel in plasmatic cylinders and orbs.
This is a series of the pink moon rising on April 6th when it was 100% full, but not the official “full moon” from the night before. The fifth photo shows Venus near the horizon under wild clouds.
87 thoughts on “Another Conjunction”
These sky and tree photos are amazing! Thank you for being our source of celestial news. Unfortunately we don’t catch every post in time for the ‘heads-up.’ Grateful to get photo updates of what we missed in that case. I use to see flashes of orbs so often every day for a while in life. Now it’s only occasionally.
Thanks, Dawn. You can go out and see the conjunction this week. The ghost and orb activity goes up and down out here.
Unbelievable pictures Tim. Thank you for sharing 🌹🌹🌹
You are welcome, Gabriela.
Talented star photographer and star informer. Thanks, Timothy!
You are welcome, Michele.
Beautiful. And to have the commentary was great.
I managing to squeek out a bit of commentary now and then. Gotta get beyond communicating in ku. Thanks, Shey.
Not at all. I love your psst whatever but it nice to see your knowledge of the heavens
What I know and don’t know of the heavens has gotten me kicked out of a few churches. The blogosphere is a little safer place.
Hell a chruch would collapse if I sent foot in it. Good on you.
Thank you for these superb images reminding me of my insignificance and interconnectedness. Janet
You are welcome Janet. You are certainly not insignificant, especially as talented as you are with watercolors. You bring a lot of joy to people with your beautiful paintings. We are all interconnected.
Thank you so much Timothy for such a lovely compliment:)
You are welcome, Janet.
I love the first and fourth moon rise photos in particular.
You’re welcome, Tim.
Thanks so much for the fabulous night sky shots. I missed the full moon rising (there is a house in the way!) I do enjoy seeing the stars and planets… thank you!
Nice conjunction Tim. Reminds me it’s time to start timed exposures again this spring.
The timing is right. Thanks, Brad.
This an amazing photographer.. these are so beautiful. Thanks Anita Let’s follow our blogs. Anita
Thanks, 100. Who’s Anita?
So you are Anita? Hi Anita. You’re like the Beach Boys — You get around.
On the bottom right side page click the follow button
I checked out your site. Nice travel adventures.
Can you follow my blog. Let me know
Ok! You have lots of photos to look at. My eyes are messed up so I can read blogs very well right now.
Busy skies! Thank goodness for the traffic controller! 😉 That goes for the ghosts too!
Even the painter has been very busy!
Merci, my friend for the beauty!
De rien, ma belle amie. The skies get wild. Those ghosts were all out of control.
Oh, but I’m sure you took control over them! 😉
No controlling ghosts.
well, it looks like you’ve got them in order! 😉
Besides being NM, any reason for the visits by orbs and the cylinders? They don’t visit not unless they have a reason. I’ve watched enough paranormal shows to know the visits aren’t random. 🙂 👻👻👻👻 🙂
That is a good question. I believe our property is part of a paranormal route that may be a crossroads with on/off portals and wormholes. The ghosts come and go as if they are passing through, and they like to steal things from us when they drop by. The most recent theft was a ball head for a cinema light a month ago. I had two ball heads on the counter while I was setting up lights for a video. I went into the other room to get a power strip and when I came back one of the ball heads was missing. I looked all over and under everything in case the cats knocked it off, but I didn’t find it, and it has not shown up. I also have to be careful about dropping things outside because they fall into wormholes and disappear. That has happened to three pairs of glasses, chainsaw blades and various tools. I think Spunk fell into a wormhole during the three weeks he was gone in 2020. Thanks, Deborah.
You’re in Skinwalker Territory too … shapeshifters and all.
There were pueblo people in our area, plus we are part of el camino real. Lots of cultural clashes from the past hanging around to haunt us.
I enjoyed you beaut beautiful night sky photos, Tim. It rained all day and all night up here. Cylinders and orbs? One never knows who or what will visit from where, and why. 🙂
So much mystery in the world around us. Clear and warm here. The temps are venturing into the 80s today. Thanks, Lavinia.
Phantasm plasma bursting out! Yee Haw!
Yee Haw! Indeed. Who am I going to call? No one. Thanks, Dale.
You kin call me!
Call Dale (call Dale) on the line. Call Dale, call Dale any, anytime. Call Dale (call Dale) on the line to help you get ghosts back in line! Call Dale!
Haha!! To what tune?
Call Me by Blonde: https://youtu.be/StKVS0eI85I I’m sure you will recognise it.
I answered before I saw the link!
The comments passed in the ether.
I think they flashed each other in passage. Eeek!
Might have been something like this: https://youtu.be/qT9jmEUNxtk
Buahahaha!! I love Carol Burnett! Poor Tim Conway. Usually he was the one getring the others to laugh.
Conway was hilarious.
He was. The dentist, the Siamese elephants… Such a hoot
Those two skits kill me everytime I see them.
I thought you would know it. Sent you the link.
Yeah. I had a blonde moment.
And You’re Not EEEeeeven blonde!
Not even close (and never dyed it, either… Well… Maybe some blondish streaks!)
Those blondish streaks will get you every time. I’m all gray now. I have “senior” moments from time to time.
I’m streaked with grey now. I like it!
And a streaker to boot! Do remember this song? https://youtu.be/XtzoUu7w-YM
Ray Stevens is another funny guy.
Neat how you watch the heavens.
Do you use your observatory… the one you made? xx
Lots in the heavens to watch. I can see to focus anything these days.
Interesting. … Looking great!
LOLOLOL!!! Dale is such a hoot! Yee Haw!
Speaking of hoot. I think you know. Thanks, Resa.
Love how the stars and the heavens opened up here Tim! love it! 💞
Your night shots are always surreal ~ the one with Venus peering through the thin cloud cover, is something special. If there is every a need for me to get truly lost, looking up at the night sky is the solution ~ you’ve shown this truth here.
Thanks, Randall. In those mountainous and rural areas you visit the night sky must be magnificent.
Spooky orbs! 5th one of the bottom series looks like a giant evil bat – that would be cool on our haunted trail nights
Or just someing giant and evil. Thanks, Brian.
Stunning as always. Your knowledge of the night skies is mighty impressive.
Hahaha! I know very little in reality. I can find a few things, name a few things, but otherwise, I’m pretty spaced out and lost in space. Thanks, Miriam.