Monthly Archives: August 2015
Civil Twilight…5:45 am….click to see Venus Sunrise…6:15 am Advertisements
After a cloudy start on Mount Pollux, things got better high in the sky.
I looked out the window at 4 this morning and was pretty sure I heard the sky say “No moon for you”. Still, it made sense to go out and try to find some location without dense fog and there … Continue reading
Here’s the last of my burst of yellow flower posts from Owens Pond…for now. Partridge-pea (Cassia fasciculata) resembles a sensitive plant and I’ve read that the leaves are a little bit sensitive, but I haven’t experienced that…the plant’s sensitivity, I … Continue reading
I’ve been looking at this branch for quite a while, waiting for the right atmosphere…fog and soft light. It’s a simple scene right next to the traffic circle at Quabbin Hill, just a branch that has fallen from a tree, … Continue reading
One of the wildflowers I look for annually during a Quabbin Park ride around is this lovely native yellow flower (Aureolaria pedicularia) that often exhibits a bushy growth which can reach about 3 feet in height. Happy Humpday folks. We … Continue reading