Category Archives: Moon and Stars
Iridescent clouds and sunset followed by a sorta full Moon (wow… I missed the eclipse!). This evening’s post is dedicated to our wonderful Seester Cary.
Supposedly signifying the Spring re-awakening of earthworms. I know that our compost’s red wigglers seem to be unfrozen!
Forgot I took some snaps of the moon last Saturday so I’m putting them up now. Luckily, I have Marls to help get in the way!
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
Along with the waxing crescent moon.
Final NYE photos and the first sunset on New Years Day.
The moon, the conjunction and a storm cloud.
This evening’s sunset, a lunar close-up and a coyote close by.
Jupiter is the larger, brighter object. Next conjunction this close will be in about 375 years. Can’t wait!
Nice sunset brings nature’s Christmas lights to the Sangre de Cristos. And an almost quarter moon up in the pink clouds.