The Perseids are rising toward one of the best of their annual displays.
You may have read that the Full Moon of yesterday, July 31, was a Blue Moon, because there was also a Full Moon on July 2. I return from Continue reading “Blue-in-a-Sense Moon”
An aspect of Galicia that I forgot to mention is time.
This may be the first draft of my cover picture story for Astronomical Calendar 2016, Continue reading “Report of a walk in Spain”
Saturday, and Saturn is at opposition. A planet’s crowning time Continue reading “Satur”
We are at another cross-quarter, or halfway date between the quarter-days of the year Continue reading “Beltane”
Now to test whether I can actually send a post from the iPad while traveling.
The day we’re leaving, March 17, is St. Patrick’s Day. I won’t have time to warn you then so I’m warning you now. Wear something green, or any Irish colleen will have the right to pinch you.
I just drew this shamrock leaf with one stroke.
Two things happen to the Sun at this time of year: Continue reading “March madness”
Time flows, but we keep trying to cut it into pieces, like using a sword to chop a river. Continue reading “Dam Time”
First day of spring! That is, Continue reading “After the Thunder Sleeps”