An interesting weather phenomenon occurred. This cumulus had enough convection to create precipitation; however the precipitation appeared to evaporate before reaching the ground, a condition known as virga. I suspect that a brief sprinkle occurred at ground level, if that.
Starting another day, the sun blazes into view to start another day.
The deep green and blue grey of this spring sky caught my eye.
I was compelled to capture this image of a marvellous late winter sunrise.
A splash of pale pink adds a dash of colour to an otherwise grey and white early morning landscape.
As the molten white sun rises, a phragmites head waves in the morning breeze.
I was fortunate to be able to stop and take in lovely dawn.
A brilliant late fall dawn graced this morning. It was most welcome, after a snowfall and two cloudy mornings.
As we neared the end of this years commercial tomato harvest, one of the last untouched tomato fields was opened up by this combination of a tractor/harvester (harvester obscured) and tractor/dump wagon combination.