There were a few clouds moving in this afternoon, a tiny chance of rain for the next day or so (and by “tiny” I mean non-zero, but so close to non-existant it’s not really funny), and when I went out I saw this quarter moon floating up there through a thin layer. “That’s a nice photo for my blog post today!” I thought. And it was.
An hour or so later, just before dinner, I saw a glow and decided to check it out.
The Halloween sunset had come and it was loaded for bear!
These rows of low hanging virga were lit up like nothing I had ever seen before.
And where the sun had gone down, it was shades of orange and red that looked like they came straight from Armageddon.
No editing on any of these. No filters. No fiddling with the hue or saturation. All straight out of the camera.
WOW! Perfect for Halloween!
And then, because of the huge hill we live at the top of, for the fourth year in a row, not a single trick-or-treater came by.