2016/01/30

Adamsville

Filed under: architecture,night,strange land — WmX @ 00:12
Old Harbor Road

Walking south on Old Harbor Road, with one foot you’re standing in Massachusetts, next step lands you in Rhode Island.
I’ve always been curious about this structure. Who built it? Why?

2016/01/19

ISO 409600

Filed under: night,strange land — WmX @ 14:42
available darkness

Westport River, walking at night. 1/50th second, f2.8

2016/01/14

star shower

Filed under: night — WmX @ 09:33
The brightest single beam, at 0.4 mW, is below the 1.0 mW Class II limit

Took down the Christmas light, the infamous Star Shower, which sold out in Charlottesville retail locations last December.The brightest single beam, at 0.4 mW, is below the 1.0 mW Class II limit.

2016/01/13

night rain

Filed under: night,sisters,weather — WmX @ 13:13
EG HP night

twins, east on Market, rain

2015/11/29

day of rest

Filed under: God,night — WmX @ 08:46
civil twilight, Northern Neck

Christ welcomes all, so do we. Heathsville United Methodist Church

2015/11/28

rolling stock

Filed under: night,strange land — WmX @ 12:30
railyard at night

tanker cars, railyard, New Orleans, night

2015/11/21

in a van down by the river

Filed under: night,riverine,strange land — WmX @ 11:45
left bank

left bank

2015/08/25

web architecture

Filed under: architecture,fauna,night — WmX @ 10:22
spider night

orb-web spider.
Unlike most arthropods, spiders have no extensor muscles in their limbs and instead extend them by hydraulic pressure–Wikipedia

2015/07/26

night

Filed under: night,slabtown — WmX @ 12:39
remains of GEC fire

burning brush at night

2015/07/11

Southwest Mountains night sky

Filed under: night — WmX @ 08:57
Southwest Mountains, night + CHO sky glow.

Southwest Mountains, night + CHO sky glow.

The Southwest Mountains of Virginia are a mountain range centered on Charlottesville, parallel to and geologically associated with the Blue Ridge Mountains, which lie about 30 miles (50 km) to the west. Some of the more prominent peaks include Carters Mountains, Fan Mountain, Brush Mountain, Peters Mountain, Walton’s Mountain, and Hightop Mountain.–Wikipedia

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