4 Jan 2012. "Blue Marble" - a stunning image (NASA). And there's more. "The image is very interesting meteorologically, and extremely strange. It is obvious that it is a winter image, as revealed by the large area of stratocumulus clouds off the U.S. East Coast all the way to South Florida, caused by cold Canadian air blowing offshore. However, the U.S. and Canada are virtually snow-free and cloud-free, which is extremely rare for a January day. The lack of snow in the mountains of the…
Another beautiful day in Baxter State Park. The temperature dropped and it was rather windy, but the leaves are still holding on. I was able to get out late in the day for sunset to capture this image of Doubletop Mountain. I slipped on my Ranger hip waiters and stood in the middle of the river for nearly an hour. So peaceful except for the swirling waters and light wind in the trees. Feel free to share!
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Stars whirl in the sky in a long-exposure photo of Mount Damavand in Iran. The mountain, which is part of the Elburz mountain range south of the Caspian Sea, is the highest volcano in Asia and the highest peak in the Middle East.