These rainstorms move in for a few hours and then leave quickly. This one featured towering clouds, heavy rain, and clear skies afterwards. Please enjoy these nine photos:
Blustery weather in Paradise today – an ever changing vista shaping itself overhead. Three vultures soared above the canyon, and the sun broke out into a perfect heart. Please enjoy these six pictures: 🙂
More dynamic weather today! This sequence of the hailstorm and rainbow took about 45 minutes – Divinity’s active meditation. 🙂 Please enjoy these six pictures from Paradise:
Last week was close to 90F(32C) during the day, yet today will be 60F(16C) for a high and 35F(2C) for a low (right now). Along with the rain, we even had one quick shower of hail yesterday and very high winds, 35mph(56km) to 50mph(80km). Countering the high winds, the moisture is preventing any fires. TheContinue reading “A Sudden Change in the Weather”
It has been blustery and wet here, with views of the skies to match. Please enjoy these eleven recent pictures: 🙂
Massilla Valley is located in central Butte County, consisting mostly of cattle ranches and horse farms. Yesterday was a lovely day for a road trip. Please enjoy these twelve photos 🙂
We had a second mostly clear day after all the rain. I was taking pictures of a hawk circling above the house, then noticed a high cloud, looking like fog in the canyon. Please enjoy these four pictures:
The stunning colors of the sunrise often come and go so quickly – I notice, grab my camera, find a good vantage point, click away, and done. Less than three minutes, start to finish. The sunrise was briefly spectacular this morning. Please enjoy these seven pictures from Paradise:
During a wet autumn like the one we are having, we also get some heavy fog, morning and evening, even all day. Please enjoy these six photos from last Monday:
My camera is always nearby, and I take pictures throughout the day, and night. Here are eleven recent favorites. Please enjoy!
Accompanying our recent deluge, the weather has grown colder. Last Monday I heard cracks of lightning and thunder outside, so I walked out with the camera. There were a few more bolts, each one releasing a sheet of hail. It all lasted about 15 minutes, and melted away just as quickly. Here are eight picturesContinue reading “A Brief October Hailstorm”
The weather is cooling off, and the big fires nearby are winding down. Here are five pictures of our early Fall season. Enjoy!
What a blessing! We got just enough water to wet things down, and turn the air so sweet – fresh and grassy now. The clouds are spectacular. Here are seven pictures from dawn this morning. Please enjoy!
From my pictures last night and this morning, here is a sequence of four photos, each reaching further into the heavens. The first picture shows daytime clouds, streaming west to east. Next, one of a jet shooting south to north, towards the Sun. Third, a plane flies at night across the edge of our MilkyContinue reading “A Journey of Consciousness Through the Sky”
Happy Tuesday! Here is a small collection of recent beauty borrowed from nature – Four photographs. Please enjoy!
We had a cloudburst which is very unusual this time of year. Here are five of my favorites from the evening. Please enjoy!
At least two large weather systems are converging over our area, making for an endless show. Here are eight favorites of mine. The first four are from last evening, and the second four are from this morning. Enjoy!
We are just starting to get rain in Northern California, more clouds and wind. Here are nine recent pictures, mostly of the sky. Please enjoy! 🙂
Some very unusual rain for this time of year. The clouds are formed of layers and I took pictures of them yesterday. Here are my best seven. Enjoy! 🙂
The clouds up here often drift by very close to the ground, finding a consistent level at 1,500 feet (about 500 m.). We are at just over 1,300 feet, so they can be witnessed in detail as they pass over us. Yesterday, there was a raft of cloud going by, filtering the sun with variousContinue reading “The Sun Filtered by Clouds”