With a few clear days I have been able, once again, to enjoy one of the cool things about the view from this apartment – morning colour gradients before sunrise.
The view to the east is a vibrant glowing sky fading from a dark blue night overhead through pale blue to orange where the horizon is hidden behind a jagged silhouette of mountain peaks just picking up the colours at the crisp edges. The kind of colours and depths totally lost in a cellphone pic.
So many things to jabber about! And, since it is such a Vancouver weather-wimp thing, I will post about the SNOW! Continue reading “Blather”
sea fever: /siː ˈfivɚ/
- A condition of excitation or nervous energy due prolonged deprivation of time on the water. Like spring fever it may also manifest as the opposite – lassitude, listlessness. May have slow or acute onset; sometimes (rarely) fatal.
What is not quite visible or obvious, here, is that these cells were dumping intense rains, occasional hail. Downpours heavy enough to cause flooding is not a joking matter on the edges of mountains. Also, wet coast people get freaked out by noticeable weather events.