An evening, later in summer
Didn’ rain, but made a good impression of it.
‘t was a short glimpse, only
Shortly after that, rain restarted.
Sun on the snow. A rare event here.
That small and tiny amount of snow fell—with a nationwide warning three days in advance—and chaos ensued.
As it does every bloody year.
Winter without Snow
That’s how it looks after all of that precious crystallised water changed its condition of aggregation to something more viscous. Looks a bit dirty now, does it not?
Changed the projection of the panorama to “General Panini” and the aspect ratio to 1:3 which seems to be the common aspect ratio of print shops (as if somebody wants to print that). Because the single pictures were of obviously highly differing quality (if somebody has a spare camera that could be called at least “decent”: I would be more than happy to help you freeing some of your highly valued storage room) no further changes were made to the picture; it is the raw thing out of a fully automated Hugin
A panorama from the window in the first floor. It has a little “hiccup” at the right side, clearly visible at the middle of the roof ridge of the barn (an indoor riding hall). I saw it too late, sorry.
The original picture behind this thumbnail is quite large: 9287×2158 pixel and 5.705 Mb. That might be too much for a weaker computer and/or patience.
First Snow in Winter
Autumn is when the weather gets wet and cold, when the leaves change their colours first, then their places, and when that little hairy guy that is the blogger of this blog tries to do some panoramas.
On the evening of the fourth friday of November in the Gregorian year two thousand and twelve I made this picture.
Backyard with autumnal forest in the background.
And, later on, another one.
In the back of the backyard with the autumnal forest in the background
The deep sun working through a dusty layer (which volcano is it this time? Or is it just smog?) gave the forest a very nice deep, red colour, especially in the second picture.