This image is a view looking east over the salt marsh as the sun goes down.
Yes, one of the best time I ever had on New Years Eve is when we went up to the top Of Mauna Kea and hung out with the big telescopes.
There’s a “Gemini” standing by the Gemini telescope.
This is an image of cinder cones in the shadow of the top of Mauna Kea. The sun is setting at my back.
You can check out my earlier posts on Mauna Kea if you are interested.
Dragon season is winding down here in Massachusetts. The autumn colors are starting to take over the meadows. Here is a Meadowhawk on a blueberry leaf.
We have three Meadowhawk species that are indistinguishable by us mere mortals.
I believe that this is a Lance-tipped Darner. I’ve seen quite a few this year, although finding them resting is rather rare.
Look closely, there are three bugs in this image! I didn’t realize it until I got into the dark room.
Over the Batten Kill River near Salem, New York you can find the Rexleigh Covered Bridge.
Just upriver are the bones of the Rexleigh marble mill. The Batten Kill is famous for trout fishing. I could see fish jumping in the pool in the right of the image.