- 10/05/2017Big Dipper Above and Below Chilean Volcanoes - Do you see it? This common question frequently precedes the rediscovery of one of the most commonly recognized configurations of stars on the northern sky: the Big Dipper. This grouping of stars is one of the few things that has likely been seen, and will be seen, by every generation. The Big Dipper is not by itself a constellation. More at - https://go.nasa.gov/2pvrVJJ
- 06/05/2017✨" Siempre hay que tener una actitud positiva, no importa los problemas que vengan pues lo importante es tener la esencia de bondad que nos hará ser eternamente jóvenes " ✨
- 04/05/2017Just sharing a taste of my island #justbecuse ;-)
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- 04/05/2017PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS AND TRICKS:
Some great tips on taking moon shots!
- 02/05/2017ON OUR TRAVELS:
On one of our drives, we stopped the car to take pictures of cattle. Here is a steer grazing in a meadow.
- 01/05/2017ON OUR TRAVELS
Stormy sky at Port Stanley (Ontario, Canada) on Lake Erie yesterday. Five minutes after taking this photo, the rain poured down and we got drenched running back to the car.
- 01/05/2017Clouds ‘Roll’ Over Pacific Atolls - Areas near the equator are frequently cloudy, obscuring the view of Earth’s surface from space. April 7, 2017, was no different. On that day, the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured this natural-color image of clouds over the Gilbert Islands. More at - http://ift.tt/2oYkeLf
- 30/04/2017SUNSET SUNDAY:
A large piece of driftwood is silhouetted against the setting sun. I took this photo on a walk along the beach, Lake Erie at Port Bruce, Ontario, Canada.
- 26/04/2017Mt. Etna Lava Plume - Mt. Etna has been erupting for hundreds of thousands of years. Located in Sicily, Italy, the volcano produces lava fountains over one kilometer high. Mt. Etna is not only one of the most active volcanoes on Earth, it is one of the largest, measuring over 50 kilometers at its base and rising nearly 3 kilometers high. More at - https://go.nasa.gov/2p4Hevf
- 21/04/2017We were walking in the woods and I happened to look up and catch sight, and a photo, of this cute chipmunk.
- 25/04/2017Taken Sunday in our backyard. Spring is back in Minnesota, the ice long gone, and another season of calm evenings on the water is upon us. Of course, I never have to look far to find Little Dude enjoying his passion.
Comments26/04/2017 #16 Aaron 🐝 Skogen#11 Yeah, they sure can be spectacular. Thanks Donna. Spring and fall are the best as we often add a campfire to take the chill off. He catches a ton of fish out there. Pan-fish, bass and northern pike primarily with the occasional catfish. Little Dude caught and released about half a dozen pan-fish that evening.