Ann-Christine is asking for fences. Hmmm. Didn’t I just post a fence? No worries. Here’s is another with a backwards (mirrored? dyslexic?) z in the background.
Hmm, place in the world… Behind a camera, perhaps?
Warm glow of a summer’s end and the start of autumn.
A sun ring (a.k.a., a 22-degree halo) forms an halo around a palm tree. Some refer to these as sun dogs but that is only true if bright spots (the ‘dogs’) appear on the ring usually to the left and right. Both form when sunlight refracts off ice crystals high in the sky to produce a rainbow like ring. They are often a harbringer of rain (and indeed, today, a day later, it has rained).
(And this ring appears to be atop the palm, so it is my entry for this week’s Photo Challenge.)
Museum guard passes the time with his phone.
Weather prevented me from seeing the most recent ‘supermoon‘. A clear morning two days later gave this consolation.
A sunrise treat for the early bird!
There are, no doubt, some early birds in those trees but I didn’t see them. Too mesmerized by the impressive sunrise sky! It appeared and then went away in just a few minutes. I was glad to be up early and able to grab the camera in time to catch an image of this morning show to share with you.