The angel of spring, tiny as he is, slowly but tirelessly, digging his way, inch by inch, out of what's left of winter. It's been a long, cold wait.
Monday Morning Sleepy Sunrise Revealing the Red Eye of the East. January 8th, 2018, at a quarter to nine. Technical: Shot in RAW and edited on iPhone SE using Lightroom Mobile.
You may or may not have noticed the current Facebook trend, which revolves around posting a black and white photo of, well, anything you like, every day for seven days, one photo per day, and with each photo you will challenge or nominate someone else to do the same. Everyday B&W Photo. “Seven days, seven... Continue Reading →
The evening of August 27, 2016, was scheduled to feature the conjunction of the planets Venus and Jupiter shortly after sunset, a marvellous mere ½ degree apart, the same as the apparent diameter of the Moon, which is pretty darn close in a big, big sky. That's a must-see in my book! As a last... Continue Reading →
Moons have many names. Blue Moons and Harvest Moons, and Blood Moons and Hunter Moons — but they all tend to be full moons. This is the Second-Last-Night-Of-July Moon of 2016, and behold, it's not even half. As for what I was doing out on the balcony taking pictures of the moon at four o'clock... Continue Reading →