We have had very cloudy skies
Not conducive to generating solar power.
However, we can overlook that for the time being
as the dust bowl that was our back yard
is no longer dusty.
To anyone who has anything to do with Labradors
…they are not built for speed…
…rather they prefer playing and loving.
An intruder just manages……
…to escape Maggie’s charge.
I’m not sure who was happier to see the fence,
the intruder or Maggie.
The intruder was going into dalmation and whippet territory.
Maggie’s thirty metre pursuit across the yard was her limit.
In reality they both escaped.
The intruder from Maggie.
And Maggie escaped further action
had she caught said interloper.
Our train ride up Switzerland’s…
…did not take us to the apex.
There were two fairly steep walks left to attain
the full 1,798 metre height of the mountain.
While I did not hurry there were
spectacular views as we walked up.
Upon arriving at the summit the views…
of Lake Lucerne we equally…
After ten or fifteen minutes it was time
to return to the gift shop level.
The walk back seemed more difficult
than the walk up, thanks to a football injury
to my knee in the early 1970s.
Definitely worth the effort though.
While we cruised Alaska’s…
…Chena River last year…
Some of the local huskies enjoyed a cool down alongside us
a four wheel motor bike.
As far as an astral photo was concerned
the first thing I thought of was the moon.
However, the moon is considered to be
a dead rock that only reflects the sun.
It does have an astral body
but life left it a long time ago.
My Nikon D90 captured this image
using a Sigma 50-500mm lens
Focal length: 500mm
My spelling of ‘apperture’ is considered
to be archaic by Wiktionary,
while other web-based spell checkers
are happy with the double ‘p’.