15 September 2020

New Solar Cycle

 Activity on the Sun is reving up in the 25th Solar Cycle according to the NASA article. 
What that means for every day life, electronics, as we should know from news in the past, can be disrupted. Frankly, after this pandemic, I feel that disruptions should be easy for humans to tolerate.

Remember the unity in America during the last full solar eclipse, 21 August 2017? 

Our togetherness, wonderment, awe, hopefullness? 

Read the news, and ask yourself what is being eclipsed now.




Sun Halo, 2012, digital photo I took while walking home. There was a way to add a caption, but for some reason, the new Blogger has changed to identifying the photo as a link, and that does not have a place where I find how to add a caption.

6 comments:

  1. Oh goodness - now the sun is getting into the act. I guess nothing is sacred anymore. The sun here yesterday morning was absolutely eerie. The smoke from the fires has reached this far and it's affecting the look of our skies. If it's this bad here I can only begin to imagine what it's like closer to the actual fires.

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    1. Hi Maryanne,
      I imagine moving farther eastward is on the minds of many along the west coast. Prayers for everyone. The fires are heartbreaking.

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  2. Yet ~ 'Donald' says there is no climate change ~ Ha! ~ lovely photo and healing hugs to the west coast and all ~ Strange year ~

    Live each moment with love,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. Hi Carol,
      It is a real treat today seeing two schooners in your blog photograph.
      Strange year, and there's 2021 to be strange as well.
      Stay Safe!

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    1. Thank you William
      The sun halo felt like it was close, no high elevation between us. Marvelous experience.

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