Australia Burning — Murray Foote – insight and photos from the smoke.

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12 September 2019 to 5 January 2020, Canberra, ACT . The first part of this post is images taken out the back of where I live in Canberra. The second part is images taken this morning in a very smoky Canberra. (If you are on a computer, click any image to see it larger). . […]

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Cloud Appreciation Society

The Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter is always interesting, but this one is especially because of the cooking demonstration, where a panini toaster is used to show how clouds are cooked up.

Cloud Appreciation Society

The Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter is always a welcome item in my in-box.  I especially loved the item about the Horseshoe Vortex.

Cloud Appreciation Society

Always a pleasure to pass along the Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter.

 

Newer work #89

“Daybreak on earth”‘s name is inspired by the beauty that I am still seeing in ‘Dawn off my back porch’, and the fact that the Salton Sea is drying up.  Some day in the not too distant future there will be no water reflection.  And it’s not just here right in our lap, it’s everywhere.  Climate change is observable in our lifetime and will eventually render the planet utterly different than we know it.  But it is still worth getting up in the morning and seeing what the world has to offer because as far as anyone knows, there are no dawns and sunsets in heaven.

refractured watercolor dawn painting

“Daybreak on Earth”, 9×12″ refractured watercolor on panel. $110. The poem written for and painted into this painting is: Daybreak in heaven never looks like this! Heaven has no day and night

Cloud Appreciation Society Newsletter

It’s always my pleasure to forward this newsletter.  This time the subject is the recent C.A.S. vacation on Lundy Island off the coast of Cornwall, England. Sounds like they had an awesome time there!

Cloud Appreciation Society

Always my pleasure to post the Cloud Appreciation Society newsletter.  This one especially is one to dig into and see whether you can get your tongue round the word “cataractagenitus”.