Monthly Archives: July 2021
Listened to the free concert on the Santa Fe plaza given by Ozomatli and then up to the rooftop bar at La Fonda for some $12 margaritas. Nice views of roof ductwork, the Jemez Mt.s and the Loretto Chapel.
Finally had a big downpour last week that gave us about 2 inches. After, I hiked over the greenbelt to try to find spadefoot toads which come out after the rains to party. I can always hear them but I … Continue reading
A variety of cloud shots and a timelapse from earlier this month.
In a previous post, we put up a box to help the house finches make a nest. They made a nest that finally didn’t blow out of the portal. Since then, we’ve been worried about the 4 eggs they laid… … Continue reading
Smoke from all the fires out West are wrapping around the High pressure and streaming down into New Mexico. Makes for a red sunset, bad air and another all-to-often smokey situation.
We have finches nesting in the new portal who now have a nest thanks to Joan’s ingenuity! Later, a trio of raucous ravens stopped by to be filmed (plainly demonstrating my shakiness in wildlife film documentation). They were interested in … Continue reading
Including a Kelvin-Helmholtz Fluctus cloud (see picture descriptions)!