Photo of the Day

2020

Photo of the Day, June 26, 2020

The June 2020 sunsets continue to amaze.  I realize now that I should be using better equipment than the iPhone.  Soon the tripod and good lenses will come out.  Panorama of this view can be found here

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Photo of the Day, June 23, 2020

Great light show with the rays of the setting sun peeking through the clouds over Albuquerque.  Soon, we hope, someone else will be enjoying this view.

Photo of the Day June 21, 2020

The longest day of 2020.  Exceptionally wide “big sky” color assist credit goes to the wildfires burning in Arizona.  The smoke adds particles to the sky and colorful sunsets are frequently the result.  This image was made by stitching two photos together because the expanse of sky is so large off my balcony. Sunset over Albuquerque.

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Photo of the Day, April 26, 2020

We planted special rose bushes in honor of our mothers in the garden.  This is my Mother-in-Law’s which is generally the first to bloom and is the more flamboyant.  My mother’s bush is solid red, and as such is tough to photograph, and is always the late bloomer.

Prickly Pear Cactus flower

Photo of the Day, April 14, 2020

While doing my morning bike ride for my knee rehab, I stopped for a quick photo and caught a polinator in action.  Mesa, AZ.

Spring Cactus, Arizona

Photo of the Day, April 4, 2020

Spring cactus from my morning walk.  Mesa, AZ

Very Big Array, New Mexico

Photo of the Day, January 1, 2020

It is not lost on me that I only figured out how to use the photoblog just under a year ago and have not used it since. Once figured out, some images were added in a back-fill but new content has been absent. This image of one of the 28 Very Large Array (VLA) radio telescopes was taken on an extended road trip back to New Mexico after spending Christmas in Phoenix. Now I have decided to keep it simple and not have another wordpress install linked into this one.  I’m creating a separate page for each year that I have had the “photo blog.”  Now all it takes is the backfill.

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