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A misty moisty morning

The old nursery rhyme that shares its title with this blog goes, if my memory from my childhood serves me correctly:

A misty moisty morning, 487 more words

General Blog Posts

Wetly

wetly settling on the hill
a cloud browses on bracken
then one by one
consumes the trees

Four and Twenty 6,4
 

Micropoetry

From an Airplane at Night

We are seen here
not as we see
ourselves but as the gods see
us: not walking
under a face or an elephant floating
between us and the moon, but… 32 more words

Poem

Always

Who wants to be left out?

I’m still stuck. I am tired and I am getting used to all of the signs.

I was always right behind you. 15 more words

#MovingForward

RGB Nighttime Microphysics (Interactive Quick Guide)

A 2-page reference (PDF) and an “interactive” (html/5) web object describes the fundamental aspects of the Nighttime Microphysics (NtMicro) RGB Imagery product and it demonstrates color interpretation of the multi-channel imagery. 128 more words

Multispectral (RGB) Imagery

Cloudspotting

(Thought)

When was the last time you looked up the sky and wondered at the clouds? Not only at their shapes that can resemble many things and inspire children and future tellers, but at their height and size and thickness, structure and movement. 1,757 more words

Thought

5th September 1822. Cloudy Today.

‘Is there enough blue in the sky to make a Dutchman a pair of trousers’?: Old Saying.

Today John Constable wrote on the back of one of his cloud studies: ‘5th of September 1822. 396 more words

September