NYC Rainbows, Fog

This morning, a single low arch rainbow stretched from Jersey City into Manhattan. The rainbow lasted at least 20 minutes. Last Sunday started out with heavy fog and ceilings as low as 400 feet.

Niagara Falls Rainbows

We spent much of the day simply gazing at Niagara Falls rainbows...

Christmas Pea Soup Fog – Calling Rudolph …

Christmas Pea Soup Fog - visibility less than 1/8th of a mile and ceilings below 100 feet. CAT III ILS minimums. We need a certified aircraft and a specially certified pilot to fly this. We need Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.

Impressionist Sunset – SEE IT

This dusk, we saw an Impressionist Sunset that rivals the works of Monet. The sky was lit in blazing hues of yellow and orange, giving way to red and pink. I took these shots with Elsy at home, on Van Buren, and Lafayette Streets, Richmond Terrace, and Clinton Ave.

Amazing NYC Sunset – SEE IT

Amazing NYC Sunset - the entire sky was cast in hues of yellow and orange that reflected off the buildings in Lower Manhattan, Jersey City and Brooklyn.

Supermoon Eclipse Under Cloud Cover

In New York City, the Supermoon Eclipse was visible until the moon was 3/8 in shadow. The moon was obscured by a thick overcast for the remainder of the eclipse.

Skylon Tower – See Falls, Toronto, Buffalo

The Skylon Tower's observation decks are best enjoyed at dusk, where you have views of Niagara Falls, Buffalo, and Toronto. The observation deck is one of the Falls' best value for the money, but skip the food and eat elsewhere.

Maid of the Mist – August 23, 2015

The Maid of the Mist is a must-do for Niagara Falls visitors. It is the most intimate, beautiful, and adrenaline-driven experiences of the region....I would dare say, skip all the tourist traps. Just get on the boat and on the tower platform!

Manmade Double Rainbows

I made these manmade double rainbows while misting roses one July morning. Apparently, I had that perfect 40-degree angle between the sun and the ground...