Fresh Fog with Micro.blog
What a great time to be on the internet right now. It feels like a time back in the day when really cool and exciting things were being created faster than you could figure out. In 2022 we’re on the cusp of another internet revolution. This time it’s a decentralized, web3, crypto baked in blockchain…
Foggy Spring Meadow of Funnel Spider Webs in Morning Dew
Last Thursday we had a convergence of sorts in Auburn where super high humidity came in and stayed overnight, leaving us with thousands upon thousands of Funnel Spider webs on the ground. The common Funnel Web spiders derives its name from the unique webs it spins. The Funnel Web spider kills garden pests, but the…
Massive Fog Bank Settles over Our Auburn Trees :: P365 [Day 8]
Every year as the seasons change this tree puts on a different face. I’m guessing I have taken 100’s of photos of this one particular tree, and every shot looks different. Today we had a fog-bank cloud descend over the property making visibility a few hundred feet or so giving me this shot. The weather…
Fog on a Never End Cycle of Rain in the Southern Winter
Fog on a never end cycle of rain in the south in the winter. You can see the puddles around the tree swing, and the dreariness in the air. Somewhere Spring is coming.
Temperature and Dew Point Converge into Fog
Did you notice the fog this morning? Fog is really cool to me. It doesn’t happen all that often but usually occurs when the relative humidity comes close to 100%, is more commonly around the 40° temp range and happens when the temperature and dew point converge within about 4° of each other. If you…
Photo of Spiderweb in Fog Shows Delicate Beauty
What a busy weekend it was this past week. Being a holiday weekend with the 4th of July on a Friday it was just a little chaotic but all tranquility of a Monday has returned. I think I would have to qualify a Monday or Tuesday in January or February as the most tranquil, but…
Aspen Trees are Still Yellow But with Snow
We had our first snowfall here in Creede on Wednesday, September 14, 2005. The fall colors are still beautiful but it has certainly dropped in temperature from just a few weeks ago. We are not really ready for what we know will be minus 30 degrees but the snow was so nice to see today.