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Weekly Photo Challenge: Evanescent

This week’s photo challenge seemed to foreshadow the weekend, and spur me to return to my blog, which has been neglected of late. Krista encouraged us to share a photo of a moment in time that held meaning for us … specifically, to share an evanescent moment or memory. 133 more words


Aurora over the Elbow River

Last weekend there was a massive storm in the sky on Saturday night.  Not the thunder and lightning kind – though there was a very energetic rain shower around 2am – rather a geomagnetic storm.   130 more words


An Unexpected Gift

On Friday I arrived in Ellensburg to house sit for my aunt for a week, my first vacation in two years. The normally two hour drive ended up taking just under four hours, and today’s post was going to be about an unplanned sidetrip to Snoqualmie while attempting to avoid part of a hideous traffic jam on I-90. 611 more words


Electrons and Atoms

I usually have an entry typed up and ready to publish by now, but I am very under the weather today and don’t really have the energy or drive to do anything other than watch bad Canadian-based paranormal shows on Netflix. 90 more words


PHOTOS: Northern Lights make rare appearance in Metro Vancouver skies

The Northern Lights made a rare appearance in Metro Vancouver skies over the weekend.

The aurora borealis is more common in northern parts of the province, but clear skies and a huge solar storm made for some spectacular night skies on B.C.’s south coast Saturday night and early Sunday morning. 431 more words


Albertans tweet amazing photos of northern lights

Northern lights lit up the Alberta sky Saturday night and Sunday morning.

Albertans were out in full force with cameras in hand to capture the amazing display of aurora borealis. 526 more words


The night the sky put on an incredible show....

‘An aurora, sometimes referred to as a polar lights or northern lights, is a natural light display in the sky, predominantly seen in the high latitude (Arctic and Antarctic) regions’ 247 more words