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Last night after grabbing a quick dinner and running some errands, my husband and I made a quick trip through Mount Muncie Cemetery just before sunset. I took several snapshots with my smartphone, and liked this one the best: This … Continue reading
I thought I’d use the European racing term more commonly known in the States as ‘passing’ to refer to the progress Venus has made in the predawn sky this past week. Saturday morning I woke up way too early for … Continue reading
Summer officially arrived yesterday, but today it dawned for the first time. I woke up way way early for a Sunday (sometime during the four o’clock hour) and spied a hazy crescent moon from my bedroom window, but no bright … Continue reading
http://io9.com/5878091/this-time-lapse-video-of-yosemite-is-staggeringly-beautiful I’ve been to Yosemite twice. I loved it. It would be the only reason I would ever move to California. Yosemite HD from Project Yosemite on Vimeo. This stunning time lapse combines several of my favorite photography subjects into … Continue reading
http://www.kansascity.com/2014/02/19/4834360/one-of-the-best-places-in-the.html I knew this already. And I highly recommend the Flint Hills. They are stunning. Posted from WordPress for Android via my Samsung smartphone. Please excuse any misspellings. Ciao, Jon
I almost missed the sunrise this morning because I overdid it yesterday trying to contain my oak tree’s leaf largesse. I ran out of leaf bags (two left over from last year plus ten more purchased this week from Home … Continue reading
Happy Hump Day!
Weekend is over. Monday June 3rd starting out clear and chilly at 46 degrees. Good Morning!
No repeats. No snoozing to ‘You Got Me Babe’ from the alarm clock. Just one single solitary sunrise to greet the groundhog last Saturday morning: I almost gave up on this sunrise. The clouds stayed a dismal grey until the … Continue reading