My green red car is hot!
4:17 am in the falling rain. There’s a planetary alignment behind those clouds.
I looked to the west and saw Wile E. Coyote laughing at me.
4:45 am. I can see the moon, Mars and Jupiter.
The alignment if there were no mountains, trees or clouds.
Esatern sky at 4:51 am, 5:07 am, and 6:30 am.
A Shasta Daisy Galaxy
A bored Buddy in a meeting this morning.
Water like chocolate in the acequia madre.
Out of darkness flash
Blinding light turns black to pink
Spitting forked tongues
Mermaid was happy after we finally got a decent rain last night.
We had a thunderstorm that started yesterday afternoon and rained late into the night producing 0.54 inches (1.4 cm) of rain. A happy Mermaid put on several blooms this morning.
Glenda on the deck, listening to the rain.
Morning clouds after the storm at sunrise.
Can you see Marina’s “Incognito” Pear Tree?
Plowed earth lies barren
Fertile ground parched and thirsty
Spilled seeds will not grow
Moon tunnel lights night sky
Portal to the other side
Hallucinations sleeping souls
Keeper of our dreams
Jupiter sits on Sandia Crest
Saturn basks in a golden glow
Stars still hang in space
Midnight rainbow hangs at two
Stars peek through smokey hues
Brushstrokes blotches arcs
Orange, greens, magenta, blues
Jupiter rising into blue
Saturn sees the moon at two
The June Moon, a super Strawberry Moon, rose at 8:20 last night at sunset.
All the blurry streaks and dots are gnats swarming around.
Shey’s tree, colored clouds, and streaky sky with bat blurs.
Last night’s clouds. Do you see a face?
The moon finally made it through the clouds last night.
Last night’s moon at 92.4% full.
Paul is on the left and Peter is on the center-right.
We got out to the owls later than normal last night. At first, we could only find Peter and Paul. Mary finally showed up when it was too dark to focus. She’s in the last two photos with Peter.
The fading colors of dusk from last night.
Tonight’s moon finally rose above the clouds.
Tonight’s moon at 97.6% full.
Sunset tonight with rain that evaporates before it hits the ground.
After totally clear skies all day yesterday, a few clouds gathered at dusk for the painter to paint.
Peter with a moon halo last night.
I walked outside to photograph the moon and got clouds covering the moon. Maybe it will clear up later so I can get the moon.
The owlets were banking on the top of the levee and down on the bank along the clearwater ditch last night. Paul flew up into a tree on the other side of the Clearwater ditch and Mama Owl brought him something to eat and then flew off to go back to Wowlmart as quickly as she flew in. When it was almost dark Mama Owl came back with either a bat or a mouse. She perched close to me just long enough for me to get a photo of her, then she took off at warp speed.