Monthly Archives: January 2021
Collection of cloud shots taken on the iPhone in January.
In Winter, we usually get a temperture inversion over the Rio Grande Valley. Cold upper level air traps warm air trying to rise up. So the smoke from all the fires folks are using to keep warm, will settle low … Continue reading
Storm is moving in and the clouds are moving fast.
Getting out in Nature before next week’s storms arrive.
This afternoon’s cloud patterns were looking like it would be a spectacular sunset, so I loaded up the gear and drove out to the nearby Galisteo Basin Preserve and found a nice hill to set up on. Sadly, the clouds … Continue reading
I enjoyed Biden’s speech and I thought it struck the perfect tone for his new presidency. But for me… Amanda Gorman’s poem was the highlight. It was an amazing, uplifting and inspiring end to the ceremony. It ushers in the … Continue reading
So… how’s everybody feeling today? Ooooohhhh… and a nice sunset to boot!
I got a little choked up to see this evening’s ceremonial recognition of what this pandemic (that has now claimed 400,000 lives) has cost us. The awful right-wing lie that Covid is a hoax and that exhausted doctors, nurses and … Continue reading
A nice pre-Inaugural sunset and time-lapse of interesting standing cumulus clouds over the Sangres.