Monday, December 21, 2020

2020 December 21, Sunrise, Solstice, Sunset


Rain, rain. 
More rain. 
A Seattle Winter Solstice, 
a sunrise, 
a sunset and a great conjunction. 
The planets dance. 
A difficult year like we could never have imagined... 
is finally, ending, crashing. 
Light. 
Is.
~ Caterina De Re

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Seattle Sunrise November 3, 2020


Election day sunrise.
So many holding their breath.
The sun is rising. 
Yes, it is.
~ Caterina De Re


Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Seattle Sunset 9/20 7:11 PM; Sunrise Equinox 6:30/6:57 AM


Thick wildfire smoke descends along the West Coast.
It passes here. 
The great RGB passes. 
Another heavy cloud descends. 
Equinox and the seasonal change, bringing changes.

~ Caterina De Re

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Day 165 community effort

Sunset 7: PM. September 2, 2020. Sunset 7:36 PM
San Francisco, CA.

I love seeing friends and neighbors carrying on the tradition while keeping Norman company. The constant bleakness is in such contrast to the places I pass through. It’s weirdly grounding, though. Home.
Day 165 Sheltering in place.

resting off the road

Sunset 7:57 PM. September 2, 2020.
Emigrant, MT.

Ringing bells again with Lisa and Will at sunset, just before another delicious meal in the most spectacular venue ever. There was zero wind this evening, so I recorded Will’s bells, while adding a few little tinkly sounds of my own.

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

more fresh air

September 1, 2020. Sunset in North Crescent Bay Park in Laguna Beach at 7:15 from Elisabeth Beaird and Richard Marriott- also seeing the sun for a change.

Looks so nice-- The ocean is a miracle.

Day 163 forlorn

Sunset 7:39 PM. September 1, 2020.
San Francisco, CA.


Cold. Cloudy. Lonely. (such a contrast with this evening in Montana). Sorry Norman.
Day 164 Sheltering in place from one end of the street to the other -- BH