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17 hours ago, colonel_kurtz said:

a few from our annual early June AC weekend

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Nice, is that a little marine layer inversion I see going on there?

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5 hours ago, CyphaPSU said:

Nice, is that a little marine layer inversion I see going on there?

perfect conditions FRI for the marine layer inversion - mid 80's over 63 degree water with virtually no breeze on the beach

been going down either 1st or 2nd weekend of June since 1995 & good beach days are not easy to come by, many foggy shank days on the immediate coast while a few miles inland we bake on the golf course

another shot with the inversion more pronounced

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I spend all my time and money to mulch the gardens and keep the place looking respectable and these little vandals have to come in and mess everything up. :rolleyes:

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6 hours ago, cbelke said:

I spend all my time and money to mulch the gardens and keep the place looking respectable and these little vandals have to come in and mess everything up. :rolleyes:

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Too nice of a spot to pass up. 

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Don’t know why I just this week got the idea to do this, but I got out my good DLSR and zoom lens, which I typically only use for my annual Plains storm chasing trips, and decided to snap pictures of the birds in the yard while sitting in my deck or porch in the early mornings. I have a weeping Alaskan cedar tree that stands alone in the yard and birds seem to love to spend time surveying the scene from the very top. I don’t even have any feeders out right now, once I get those hung I hope to get some better shots.

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Yesterday's weather (a cloudless sky with the high never climbing out of the 70's) was absolutely fantastic for getting outside and taking photos.  

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A couple of pics from our Poconos trip last week.  Lake Wallenpaupack never gets old.  That background shot of the lake was from the 7th tee box at Paupack Hills. I wonder how many free balls and broken windows that has gets.

 

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Pretty bright sun dog tonight.

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couple of jets came through like 90 minutes ago. You can see where the hot air burst through that altocumulous layer. Love seeing nerdy stuff like this.4ec7e429117c7082064e1d490d521e38.jpgefc00b19d91f45d15b4d941ddfbd0fc3.jpg

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Well it was summer there in Tierra del Fuego when this video was shot (it is in banter), pretty wild not only do oil and water don't mix, but neither does the Atlantic & Pacific initially:

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Bridge at Corson's Inlet, NJ.  I used a slow shutter speed (I believe it was eight seconds) to capture the water.  It's just water under the bridge, right?

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Pics from my recent trip to the Shenandoah National Park region in VA.

The weather wasn’t too cooperative much of last week (probably had 2-4 inches total during the week with downpours and storms) but I took advantage during tranquil periods. 

Last 2 pics are a radar grab and shot of a sweet storm over the Blue Ridge Mountains.

 

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2 hours ago, Qtown Snow said:

^Nice! Ski Lifts needs snow :)

 

 

Trails were torn up as they were putting new pipes in for the snow guns. Quite a project. 

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