Taken a short while after this morning’s snowfall, the image above shows the same leaf seen in my post last week, …which is shown below.
Thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M:-)
Thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂
Thanks for viewing, and comments are always welcome. M 🙂
Car headlights reveal recent activity, as seen looking down from above our driveway,
and on our neighbor’s property, …below three foot wall to the right.
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A tale from over fifty years ago!
A second observation from a considerably darker location was planned as Pluto would have slightly changed position amongst the same stars. But it didn’t happen as unfavorable weather conditions persisted for several weeks.
Did I see Pluto? Maybe, or maybe not. I recently concluded there was not sufficient evidence for me to comfortably confirm a sighting. But re-visiting this event from an “armchair viewpoint” so many years later, was …an interesting way to pass the time during this pandemic year.
Special thanks to “Cosmic Focus,” an advanced amateur astronomer/imager from Australia, for providing the incentive to re-visit this quest, …and guiding me to to the current charting resources available today. His wonderful captures of Pluto and a keyway to a remarkable WordPress site can be found here or https://cosmicfocus.wordpress.com/2017/09/18/pluto-the-previous-planet.
Thanks also for viewing. Comments are always welcome, and you can zoom in for a closer look. M 🙂