Looks pretty hazy out there...or is that just the distance?Shot early this morning from the front of the apartments. Place looks the same most of the year other than cloud cover and occasional rain or snow.
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Small version of a pano stitch attempt, showing what parts of the mountains can be seen from the spot.
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If anyone is interested, the larger version can seen here: https://pbase.com/scifi_nut/image/170672344
Sure doesn't look like Virginia! Glad you got down from there before the storm hit.Went up on the Colorado National Monument this afternoon to see what was happening up there. Many of the desert high country plants were on their way, including: 1) Narrow leaf yucca; 2) Ephedra (aka "Mormon Tea"); and, 3) Indian Paintbrush. I'd have looked for more, but a storm was moving in from the west (4); in the 25 minutes before I got back home, there was a wind gust of 59 mph!
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Thanks!What a fine view you have, Gordon!
Can be a little haze here at times. This was a very low sun angle, it looked clearer 30 minutes later with less golden hour light. Also, driving to the south and shooting with the sun to my back gives much clearer images of the mountains.Looks pretty hazy out there...or is that just the distance?
Hey Roland,Great to know there are others that spend days shoveling and gardening (sorta), moving what feels like tons of materials...
Looks like a big project.A hard day of work.
We're transforming my late mothers garden in a terrace.
Removed all the paving stones and stacking them at a different place.
Spread the rubbles and the stone chips...
Boy, I wasn't able to show these pictures in the evening anymore - diagnosis: Whole body muscle pain.
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Feeling better now