Rare Double Halo.

Goes with the double mojito.
 (at Bud & Alley’s Restaurant)

Rare Double Halo.

Goes with the double mojito.
(at Bud & Alley’s Restaurant)

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Sunset. Cloud. Wave. And smoke from Mission Bay fire.

Sunset. Cloud. Wave. And smoke from Mission Bay fire.

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Love wine country.

Love wine country.

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Davenport

Davenport

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Iridescence.

Iridescence.

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Bank.

Bank.

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feltron:

The Family Tree of Bourbon Whiskey

Single malt next please?

feltron:

The Family Tree of Bourbon Whiskey

Single malt next please?

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Parking Lot Rule #1.61803399: Make it relevant.

Parking Lot Rule #1.61803399: Make it relevant.

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Sun Pillar. Barely

Sun Pillar. Barely

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Halo in Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma.

Paired with a 2009 Dutcher Crossing estate zin.

Halo in Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma.

Paired with a 2009 Dutcher Crossing estate zin.

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Thanks to the much-maligned Pacifica fog, we were treated to an incredible solar eclipse today. For over an hour we were able to watch with varying degrees of brightness and detail, with only a few instances of it being too bright to look.

And while I can’t say for sure, I think there may be a sunspot in there too! (Caveat lector - I haven’t cleaned this lense in years.)

Thanks to the much-maligned Pacifica fog, we were treated to an incredible solar eclipse today. For over an hour we were able to watch with varying degrees of brightness and detail, with only a few instances of it being too bright to look.

And while I can’t say for sure, I think there may be a sunspot in there too! (Caveat lector - I haven’t cleaned this lense in years.)

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Solar halo in Pacifica.

Solar halo in Pacifica.

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Sun pillar from Devil’s Slide.

Ya have to squint.

Sun pillar from Devil’s Slide.

Ya have to squint.

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Long ago, it would have been ridiculous to assume a whole society could be judged by its ability to read and write prose. It feels ridiculous now, to assume that we might use computer programming as a similar benchmark. Yet it may happen.

Scary thought fromĀ daniel jalkut.

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