Thanks for viewing, and comments are always welcome! Click on, or finger stretch for a closer look. M 🙂
Thanks for viewing, comments are always welcome, and zoom in for a closer look. M 🙂
Of note …the actual sunset, a few minutes later, was one of the most dramatic we’ve ever seen. Clicking pictures while driving to the mainland, however, was not going to happen.
Thanks for viewing and comments are always welcome. M 🙂
Osprey Nest and Barnegat Lighthouse a few minutes before sunset last night, as seen from newly opened Berkeley Island Park on Barnegat Bay, New Jersey.
The Ospreys in this unusually tall nest are about a mile away (1.6km); while the lighthouse is about seven miles (12.5 km) further.
Thanks for viewing. Click on or “finger stretch” for a closer view. As always, comments are welcomed M 🙂
As usual, thanks for viewing, zoom in for a closer look, and comments are always welcome. M 🙂
and….thinking of Danny!
I dreamed that the Earth was being threatened by Jupiter’s “Great Red Spot!”
…No, that’s not really true, not even the dream part. BUT, the clouds above do look a little like planet Jupiter’s atmosphere with its “Great ‘Red’ Spot,” just above and behind the Oyster Creek nuclear power plant here in New Jersey! Furthermore, the smokestack may be attempting to suck power out of the “spot,” as JCP&L investigates more sustainable energy sources; similar to my previous suggestion raised about New York’s Con Ed last year, here,
For reference, here is the real thing: (Stock photo from Wikipedia.)
Jupiter and its “Great Red Spot” (8″ f/12 reflector, 75x; EXA 35 mm SLR, 1/25th sec. Tri-X B&W film,) captured a long, long time ago in my parents back yard, way before digital imaging, and by today’s standards – pretty meager!
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