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Hello, Boulder. Over The Rockies. Heading west.

Hello, Boulder. Over The Rockies. Heading west.

Light from shadows.

Light from shadows.

Fiery sunrise. My Colorado sky.

Fiery sunrise. My Colorado sky.

Sunset, Colorado.

Sunset, Colorado.

Colorado blue moon.

Colorado blue moon.

Surprises can be neat.
Knee hits camera on way up to photograph a cold, Colorado winter night.
Could not have planned this image.
I like it.

Surprises can be neat.

Knee hits camera on way up to photograph a cold, Colorado winter night.

Could not have planned this image.

I like it.

Tornado-warned thunderstorms up to 40,000 feet over east Colorado plains.

Tornado-warned thunderstorms up to 40,000 feet over east Colorado plains.

Flash. No flash. Same scene. Ten seconds apart.

A White Christmas, a 1 in 3 probability here, now a 100 percent event.

International Space Station over Colorado:
Bright, big and tremendous summer-night view. 
Watching and photographing do not go hand-in-hand. though.
Still, an interesting pic!

International Space Station over Colorado:

Bright, big and tremendous summer-night view. 

Watching and photographing do not go hand-in-hand. though.

Still, an interesting pic!

Jupiter, Venus and a crescent moon grouped together in the sky this week.
Jupiter has more than 60 moons. Here are some of them.
Source: @CatherineQ

Jupiter, Venus and a crescent moon grouped together in the sky this week.

Jupiter has more than 60 moons. Here are some of them.

Source: @CatherineQ

Amazing ”Ring-around-the-moon” in Colorado right now.
Technically, it’s a 22-degree halo, formed as light refracts off of ice crystals. 
It’s also a big hint of big, incoming storm. Up to 12 inches of snow could fall.
State prepares for travel troubles.

Amazing ”Ring-around-the-moon” in Colorado right now.

Technically, it’s a 22-degree halo, formed as light refracts off of ice crystals. 

It’s also a big hint of big, incoming storm. Up to 12 inches of snow could fall.

State prepares for travel troubles.

Mark your calendar: “Ring of Fire” possible in your state this year.
Solar Eclipse visible in larger part of the United States on Sunday, May 20, 2012.

Annular Eclipse: The Ring of Fire Credit & Copyright: Dennis L. Mammana (TWAN)

Mark your calendar: “Ring of Fire” possible in your state this year.

Solar Eclipse visible in larger part of the United States on Sunday, May 20, 2012.

Annular Eclipse: The Ring of Fire
Credit & Copyright: Dennis L. Mammana (TWAN)