Saturday, May 23, 2020

Day 63 Windy. No bird.

May 23, 2020. Sunset 8:19 PM.
San Francisco, CA.


So many people out and about today. Quieter now. Windy. No bird.
Day 63 sheltering in place from one end of the street or the other. --BH

Friday, May 22, 2020

Day 62 quiet conversation

May 22, 2020. Sunset 8:19 PM.
San Francisco, CA.


Quiet conversations up and down the street. Our bird enjoying the company.
Day 62 sheltering in place from one end of the street or the other.- BH

Thursday, May 21, 2020

Day 61

May 21, 2020. Sunset 8:18 PM.
San Francisco, CA.


Another day- glad to be here to see it end.
Day 61 sheltering in place from one end of the street or the other. --BH

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Day 60 Warm up act for the bird

May 20, 2020. Sunset 8:17 PM.
San Francisco, CA.


Our star bird came by and started singing just after the bell stopped. Maybe she wants her own solo set. Spreading her wings? Listen to our intro for the bird.
Day 60 sheltering in place from one end of the street or the other. --BH

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Day 59 Two Songs Converged in the Air

May 19, 2020. Sunset 8:16 PM.
San Francisco, CA.


Each chiming in at their own slow pace, the bird and the bell smash into one another for a moment. My favorite duet so far.
Day 59 sheltering in place from one end of the street or the other.-- BH

sun event: 5/19/2020 8:04pm ...sound of two ravens

sun event: 5/19/2020 8:04pm ...sound of two ravens special day: sun peaking through a tree at sunset... berkeley, ca

I made this short video on Ariel's birthday - my favorite day of the year!
-- Wendy Reid

Monday, May 18, 2020

Look up!!!

Light! In the heavens...

The best time to view Swan will be at the end of May if it doesn't break apart first
May 15: Visible in the northern hemisphere: low on the horizon
May 17: Reaches its minimum elongation from the Sun
May 18: In Perseus and at its brightest and visible low in the northeast
May 26: Reaches its closest point to the Sun in its orbit and will move from morning to evening sky
Comet Swan