Friday, March 20, 2015


Been focusing on the positives lately as well as maximizing on available opportunities. Hard telling what the future holds as time is sorely limited (believe it or not) but my perception of what can be achieved in a measure of it differs from most. The ease of winter's grasp though slow to relax has been beneficial to my spirit.

March 1st - (Hopefully) the last big snow of the 2014/2015 season!

March 11th - Dense morning fog generated a fog rainbow or "fogbow" shortly after sunrise.

Wide angle distortion skews the fact that it's actually very big (note the setting moon for scale).

Later from an area park...

March 14th - Lake Shelbyville sunset.

Pair of geese break the placid surface.

March 15th - Another Lake Shelbyville sunset and this time with accumulating shoreline ice known as "Ice Shove".

March 17th - What remains of 'Mt. Slushmore' from back on the 1st.

Later that evening, the Aurora Borealis as result of an intense geomagnetic storm from back down at Lake Shelbyville. I hadn't planned on being here but was already in the area that evening so it worked out.

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