Thursday, August 19, 2021 —(In 3 days, August’s full “Sturgeon” moon will rise nearest to earth.)
Yesterday evening’s spectacular sunset drew me outside with a camera. I waited, watching that globe gliding downward through various clouds before disappearing among the mountains.
Smoke from wildfires continues to make the sun-ball a fire-red. My cameras cannot pick up enough of that color. Nonetheless, my Canon SX70 Zoom decently-recorded the sun’s bright descent among clouds, and an incredible spread of ambient light among the cloud layers.
These photos reveal the setting sun’s descent and skylights.
Dear Friends: Looking skyward yields stories, often worth telling and sometimes glorious. Diana