On Saturday, we took a break from the pandemic to go outside and look for a comet. We live in a Dallas suburb, but one which has grown a lot in 10 years. The skies are not quite as dark as they used to be, but we thought it might be possible to spot and… Continue reading Views from a Blue Dot: Comet Neowise
Fall in Texas is beautiful, but fleeting. This fall has been sandwiched between two freezes, the next one about to begin tonight. It is hard to recognize seasons any more, in the long sunrise of climate change. But there are still fleeting moments of a recognizable autumn.
Photos from our recent trip to Baylor University for the joint meeting of the Texas Sections of the American Association of Physics Teachers, American Physical Society, and Society of Physics Students.
Some photos from a walk near The Old Stone Dam. I hadn’t been to it yet, and it was as lovely as Jodi told it me it would be.
Below are some photographs I took recently of Lake Michigan. [imagebrowser id=4]
Below are photographs I took during a recent vacation in Wisconsin. These were all taken on a nature walk in Park Falls, WI. I very much enjoyed the contrast of these flashes of natural Wisconsin beauty interspersed with the human industry that helps support the town. [imagebrowser id=1]
Jodi cleans mint from the garden in preparation for making a fresh batch of limeade. Freshly colored eggs. The backyard. A drain near the green belt. Wild flowers near the green belt.
Some photos from our afternoon in MKE.