Posts tagged skies
Guest photographer Denny Barnes captured this beautiful site of the International Space Station traveling overhead. His description:
The space station made a pass over us Wednesday at 10:30pm. I shot several 20sec time exposures and this is one as it approached from the west. Even with the thin clouds it was very bright.
So very cool. Thanks, Denny!
I like clouds. They’re pretty.
I took this shot by pointing my camera up at the sky and pressing the shutter. It was extremely difficult.
Dog Wash Benefit Today
Do you have a dog in need of a bath? Do you want to support a good cause? D’Tail Pet Grooming will be hosting a dog wash benefit on this very day, from 9am to 5pm, at 1695 W Washington St. See more details on StaytonEvents.com (look under “August 25, Saturday”).
I took this sunset photo a couple of nights ago, before Mother Nature decided rain was a good idea.
Don’t forget — today is the annual garden tour to benefit the Charles & Martha Brown House (see details on the Brown House web site.
The sky was being rather dramatic a few days ago, with the big clouds, the contrails, and the sun peeking through. It’s like a soap opera in the sky, only it can’t get cancelled and replaced by a so-called reality show. This is reality, and it’s awesome.
A strange thing happened two nights ago: it didn’t rain. It was so quiet and dry and… well, weird. I didn’t know if it was even safe to leave my house. But then I thought to myself, “Hey, moron, go out and take a photo of the sunset!” And so I braved the outdoors to bring you today’s photo. You’re welcome.