While this photo looks like a sunset, it was actually a sunrise. I took it in Virginia Beach on April 17, 2017.
I call it, “Up With the Sun, Gone With the Wind.”
I have no statistical proof of it, but my eyes (and sinuses) tell me that a lot of people smoke in Virginia, many more than where I live in Colorado. I had forgotten how much I dislike the smell of cigarette smoke.
Here’s another photo of the Moon rising over the Atlantic Ocean, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
I don’t have a camera to do it justice, but the moonrise is pretty tonight.
As I walked into the local Starbucks today an alarm went off on my phone saying there was a tornado warning. So I asked the three people working there, “Which is worse, a tornado warning or a watch? I can never remember which is which.”
So rather than google it, we talked about whether “watch” or “warning” implied more danger, then we talked about some other things while we watched stuff go flying down the street. Never did figure out which is worse, but eventually I got a coffee.
Later in the day I came across a big ol’ wind-blown disaster mess at a gift shop, where I found this t-shirt amongst the ruins.
I just ran across this old Facebook post, from a trip I made to Virginia last year.