Monthly Archives: July 2010

“Geisha with Wind Tossed Hair”

A recent fantastic “Broadway musical” sunset staging of Rockette-like cloud forms in the Western Hudson Valley skies concluded with the dissolution of those phantasmagoric forms (soon to be displayed in an upcoming post) and the appearance of wispy dark veils, glowing … Continue reading

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“GENIE” ~ UPDATE ~

If you’ve been following this series since its inception, you may remember an early post entitled A Quintessence of Clouds wherein I track the opening of a new day via a series of quickly shapeshifting cloud formations. I noted the … Continue reading

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Catskill Mountain Overview of the Chungnan Mountains

“Among the genteel recluses living in the Chungnan Mountains, one person who wasn’t looking for a shortcut to the capital was Wang Wei.  Wang Wei chose the Chungnan Mountains as a shortcut out of town.  It was here, in the … Continue reading

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Thank You, Sheriff, for Those Precious Five Minutes …

The Hudson Valley had just hosted a welcome rainstorm after many days of sweltering heat.  It had been thickly overcast most of the day, a refreshing break from the recent blazing sun.  At about 8:30 PM on July 11th, I … Continue reading

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The Unintended “Solar Eclipse”

<  Original post on synchrophoto.wordpress.com 07.10.10  > ~ The Unintended “Solar Eclipse” . It was July 4th.   A day of respite.   A day for visiting.  For me:  Summer had “officially” begun because I was on my way over to my … Continue reading

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4th-of-July Photo Essay : “Everyday ‘Fire’ Works”

<  Original Post:  07.04.10  > Friends have asked me if I plan to attend any of the many Fourth of July fireworks being offered.  My answer:  “No … I attend the most amazing ‘fire’ works displays every day. All I have … Continue reading

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A Quintessence of Clouds

<  original post, 06.30.10  > The morning started off with a “bang” in the Hudson Valley of New York – cloud-wise, that is.  At 5:00 AM it looked as if the opening of the day would prove cloud-less, except for … Continue reading

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