Tag Archives: civil twilight
At one time there were two sugar maples atop Mount Pollux that had achieved local iconic status. But sitting on top of any elevation can be hazardous to your health during stormy weather and both had their bouts with lightning. … Continue reading
Around the corner from yesterday’s post. This tree has appeared here before. It will probably return again.
Harris Hill in a bit of a fog as seen from the New Salem Lookout at dawn.
Bentley got me up at 2 this morning. He usually lets me sleep until at least 2:20. 🙂 When we went out the sky was fairly clear and I could see stars. Let’s face it…when I get up that early … Continue reading
It is a challenge this year to be thankful for much. Those of us with our health and fortunate enough to live in communities that take the virus seriously can be happy for the responsibility our neighbors are showing so … Continue reading
I couldn’t see the moon when leaving the house this morning so wasn’t planning to have it in a landscape. I was heading to the location often visited nearby and turning the corner I saw the crescent hanging at a … Continue reading