...to end 2018. It was a stunner! (Watch the time-lapse at the bottom too.)
Lately it's been busy and hot. Pretty much the usual. Cloud photography happens more days than not, and sometimes we get a bit of rain. We're in one of the few small parts of Texas that is not in a drought. I've made a few miniature sweaters. The first two went to Emily, the owner … Continue reading Dormition, Roses, Wool, Miniatures, and Clouds
This first set is from last night's storm to the SW of us. I was lucky in that it was nearly stationary for the 2 hours I stalked it. The people under it were not quite so lucky. Some photos from previous days:
Such a pretty sunset on our walk this evening! Of note: (3) Kelvin Hemholtz clouds, and (5) virga.
Spring has arrived without a doubt. Of course, from the point of view of some (in the snowy, far north), we went from fall to spring, giving winter a miss. But by our own low standards, winter was here, and now we're bracing for summer. Spring is usually wet, but February saw us receive twice … Continue reading Signs of Spring