Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Wordless Wednesday: The Skies of December

Sunset December 8

Sunrise December 9

Sunrise December 11

The last of the moon December 16

Parhelic Circle, Sundogs, Halo, and Circumzenithal Arc December 17

Rainbow all the way to the ground December 21

Contrail Shadow December 23

15 comments:

  1. Wow! Sky language. Speaking without words.

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  2. Several rare shots here. Good capture!

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  3. I'm a morning person so I just love those sunrises. The good thing about short days is that it is easy for everyone to get both a sun rise and set with no struggle.

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    1. Patti-- I hadn't thought about before, but now that you mention it, even late-ish risers can catch a sunrise these days.

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  4. Thank you Robin Andrea for the nice words to Christmas!
    Wishing to you, Roger and all the Family a Wonderful New Year filled with Happiness, Joy, Good Health and Peace!
    Love!

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    1. sonia-- Thank you for your good wishes!

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    2. Thank you dear Robin Andrea!
      Love always visit your blog, reading your inteligent words and enjoying your beautiful pictures!
      Lots of Hugs!

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  5. Vivid sunsets from all of the fires?

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    1. paullamb-- No, not from the fires. The sunrises were just beautiful in clear skies.

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  6. You get a lot of variation in your skies! I love the moon and the sundog photos. Our skies have been mostly solid gray, with a few exceptions!

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    1. Steve-- The skies have been quite beautiful, except when that heavy bleak fog blows in. I hope your skies clear, and you and Olga get to out for a nice long walk!

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  7. Great skys, lot better than we had which were very overcast & cold

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    1. Bill-- We've had our share of cloudy and foggy skies, but when that sun makes any appearance, I'm out there with the camera!

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