November 15, 2018 was amazing, lines of mountain wave clouds, stacks of lenticular clouds like ducklings in a row. One stack at the top of each wave of fast moving air. I raced to my favorite spot, over looking Mount Adams, and found this scene. enjoy! VOTE for your top 3 pics! #1 #2 #3Continue reading “Lenticular show”
Collection of Lenticular clouds over Mount Adams from November 15, 2018.
After spending some lovely time trying and failing to catch some lightning in Southern Washington Cascades May 6, i finally gave up on that and just enjoyed where I was standing. Hope you enjoy it with me!
Documenting A series of Cloud changes in the standing wave Cloud family near Mount Adams, seen from three different angles.
I’m sure you figured out by now that I’m fascinated by clouds, and how they change so quickly sometimes. These clouds in Glenwood yesterday had their own unique metamorphosis during the evening hours. I will be posting another series as well in a separate post.
Willow the elderly cat is not thrilled about winter returning. Snow returns to Trout Lake, Washington for Valentine’s Day.
seasons change, thoughts flow. From hot fires to cold snow.
This was Saturday afternoon 11/05/16 near Anchor Point, Alaska on the southern Kenai Peninsula, where I nearly got covered with hail at Whiskey Beach. Slideshow with music is posted on the blog post. I wanted to stay and watch it happen and then I looked at the hill I had to drive up to getContinue reading “From Sun to Hail in One Hour”
My goodness here it is 8:18 AM and barely a hint of distant morning light yet outside here in Anchor Point, Alaska. The days are getting shorter so fast now, and the sun barely times the distant trees at noon. There is a gentle misty rain today, and it has warmed up to 37° already.Continue reading “As The Days Shorten”
Just this week alone there have been several remarkable sunset. Since the last post I have chased a couple more in White Salmon, Washington. Funny, I use the term “chased the sunset” as a gauge to how I am doing…or chasing clouds… If I do not say that for awhile, it is time to examineContinue reading “A Month for Sunsets”