Our large Black Walnut Tree that died several years ago was cut down today. Now it can be processed and made into lumber. I’ve been trying to get it taken down for several years. I couldn’t do it by myself, and besides, I don’t own a 36 inch chainsaw. The video below show the process of cutting down the tree.
There was a very interesting cloud formation to the north tonight.
Mostly blue skies tonight a little after 5:00 at pm.
Cranes catnapping a little after 5:00 pm.
Mia’s tree under a wild sky at five till five.
A Pterodactyl catnapping with ducks at ten till five.
Marina’s Incognito Tree just before sunset.
Resa’s tree in the snow yesterday around noon.
Dale’s Peach Tree in daylight under blue skies the day before yesterday.
My car with windswept snow in the parking lot on Old Route 66 between 2nd and 3rd Streets.
Our months-long dry spell was broken today with a major windstorm, followed by snow.
The snow was still faling when I got home.
Silver and Sasha enjoying a warm counter.
Dale’s peach tree with Resa’s Tree in the background.
Snow caused the black bamboo to bend over and cover Marina’s Tree. The top of Lavinia’s tree is showing on the left.
Catio in the snow.
My decadent birthday dinner: home made, hot and spicy, green chile cheese fries.
Sliver Moon and Venus on Wednesday, October 14, 2020.
Super Sliver Moon. Thursday, October 15, 2020.
Super Sliver Moon beside Resa’s tree.
From the levee looking west.
Red rain approaching.
Holly’s Tangle Heart Tree.
Clouds formed the same shape as the canopy of Resa’s Tree.
Clouds over Sandias and Rio Grande
Can you find both owlets in this photo?
Sliver moon by Resa’s Tree
Tangle Heart Tress at sunset
View from the beach
Sunset with Resa’s Tree on the left, and Robin’s Tree on the Right.
The photos below are of an arrangement a friend gave us for Epiphany. The flowers offer a bit of color in the dead of winter and the white roses are quite beautiful.
Resa’s Tree under the storm clouds
Spunk forgave me for droning him, and lounged with him during the winds and rain brought on by a storm that passed through this afternoon.
Resa’s tree right at sunset. It’s slowing turning yellow.