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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Photos of the day, Sunday, February 23, 2014

I remember looking at the sky earlier this evening and I noted that the high clouds on the horizon looked thin.  When they are thin we can get great sunsets so I parked the thought and almost forgot. I was working at my computer downstairs and swiveled around and peeked out the front blinds which […]

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Photo of the day, February 17, 2014

Today’s photo of the day holds good news and bad news. The good news is that there are flowers about, and that means that it’s getting warm enough to hike in shorts and a t-shirt. The bad news is that it’s warm enough to hike in shorts and a t-shirt because that means that just […]

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Photos of the day, February 15, 2014

After the shot taken yesterday I set my alarm so that I would be up and ready for the moon set today.  What surprised me was how far south on the horizon the moon had moved in just one day.

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Second photo of the day, Feb 14, 2014

It was all happening in the sky today I guess, at least from the point of view of my cameras. I only had time to use my cell phone to take this one after walking out from an early Valentines day dinner.

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Photo of the day, 2.14.2014

Setting Moon behind Mt. Taylor, New Mexico Tomorrow I hope to have time to set up my camera before it sets.  Hopefully there will be a nice clear sky.  Tomorrow there will be 30 more minutes of light that should give more definition to the mountain.

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Photos of the Day, Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014

Earlier in the day my wife and I had hiked through this section of woods and I scared up an Elk but did not have my camera ready.  In the afternoon I went back for another round of hiking and had my camera out and ready in this same stretch of woods.  On my right […]

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Photo of the day, Sunday February 2, 2014

Hi folks, Nice to see you watching me.  

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