Earlier this month, a full moon shines through hazy clouds as a south-east wind spins an “anemometer,” up there on our roof. The station also includes a rain bucket, temperature, humidity and barometric sensors; solar cells, and transmitter to the display inside.
I believe my wife, family and neighbors are quielty tolerant of some of my obsessions and often concerned about my well-being. 🙂
As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂
2 thoughts on “Day and Night – Up on the Roof”
Planning a similar setup wherever we end up. I’ll have to hit you up for suggestions and real-life tips when that happens.
Also, only your family and neighbors? Slacker! . . . pretty much, everyone who meets me is concerned about my well-being. Wait, that’s an exaggeration . . . most just steer clear.
Nice photo, too.
LOL!!! Yup… giviing us some room, steering clear…love that! Let me know when you’re in need of my experience with Rainwise… M 🙂