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Beautiful photo. Merry Christmas.
Thanks for the compliment, Don. And a Merry Christmas to you, too.
Beautiful photo. We’ve had a frontal passage and are sitting at 45 degrees with a 30 kt wind. Seasonal weather, for sure.
Three things I’ve learned so far this Christmas Day: herding squirrels is harder than herding cats, “When Kitchen Appliances Go Bad” might be a pretty good movie, and an HD fireplace burning full-screen on a computer monitor can mesmerize even the computer-scrooges of the world – especially if you crank up the volume so it snaps and crackles really nicely.
Hope you’re having as much fun as I am!
I was hoping we’d have a sunrise worth capturing this morning. Yesterday, the 24th was a great one but I didn’t want to fudge on things so I made sure I got up early this morning. At first it seemed that it might be disappointing but it turned out fine.
I remember some of those “blue northers” that used to come barreling through Louisiana this time of year. I spent my first winter there out in Breton Sound on a 47′ crew boat putting guys on and off of high-pressure gas wells for 12 hours a day in 8′ to 10′ slop and it sure wasn’t any fun. But as Bob Dylan says, “that’s one too many mornings and a thousand miles behind.”
Gorgeous photograph. No wonder you enjoy Potrerillos so much. Wonderful climate and spectacular scenery. You’ve got it made. Merry Christmas!
Haven’t “got it made,” Omar, but I’m working on it.