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WORLDWIDE PHOTO WEEK: Part 784 - At Rest

 
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Oct 23, 2021 21:13 |  #16

Landing net in its resting position. I preferr it to be working overtime.;-)a;-)a


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Oct 23, 2021 22:20 |  #17

joayne wrote in post #19298311 (external link)
I'll allow late posts from you just to see a storm!! Please!!
We will be lucky just to get a couple of drops down here in the desert.

I understand your enthusiasm. It's been pretty droughty here up north until this week. Tim's area expects very heavy rain this weekend. I'm farther south, where rain is predicted to be considerable but less than that. Not much has happened so far. Some moisture fell between 5 and 7 P.M., enough to wet the pavement but too little to be heard inside the house.

Cloudy most of today, but around 11 this morning, there was a period of sketchy sunlight. I took advantage of it. This year I have one Anise Swallowtail chrysalis overwintering (some years it's more). In this life stage, the creature seems to be at rest even though the parts you don't see are busy transforming from caterpillar to butterfly.


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Oct 24, 2021 00:59 |  #18

Rain became audible about 9 P.M. and is louder now, at 11.


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Oct 24, 2021 14:31 |  #19

Resting until spring


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Oct 24, 2021 21:09 |  #20

joayne, just for you, here's a shot of our storm at about 1 P.M. today, through a window. Wind and rain. An hour later, the power did go out for two hours. That's always a fun adventure.

Total rain so far today (it's 7 P.M.), measured at a nearby Weather Underground station, is over 3 inches.


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Oct 24, 2021 22:29 |  #21

Acorns at rest on the ground. They were knocked out of the oak trees by the storm that continues unabated this evening. My rain gauge says we got 7.6 inches of rain since midnight. Power went out and we've been running on backup generator power since 6 a.m. and the creek behind our house is over the banks and flooding the "lower 40." No worries, our house is well above that. Fun times. :rolleyes


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Oct 25, 2021 09:41 |  #22

The obvious at rest


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Oct 25, 2021 12:19 |  #23

Timphoto wrote in post #19298863 (external link)
Acorns at rest on the ground. They were knocked out of the oak trees by the storm that continues unabated this evening. My rain gauge says we got 7.6 inches of rain since midnight. Power went out and we've been running on backup generator power since 6 a.m. and the creek behind our house is over the banks and flooding the "lower 40." No worries, our house is well above that. Fun times. :rolleyes


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Glad to hear you are high and dry. Is the Donkey ok, or have you brought her into the house?  :p

OhLook wrote in post #19298840 (external link)
joayne, just for you, here's a shot of our storm at about 1 P.M. today, through a window. Wind and rain. An hour later, the power did go out for two hours. That's always a fun adventure.

Total rain so far today (it's 7 P.M.), measured at a nearby Weather Underground station, is over 3 inches.


Keep dry Look... and Thank You for the photo!


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Oct 25, 2021 20:09 |  #24

Honey resting in the kitchen after a long day playing.


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Oct 26, 2021 11:56 |  #25

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