These are anti-crepuscular rays from the Sun below the horizon as seen from a car passing a rolling field filled with cattle outside Boulder, Colorado in 2001. This was the Nov. 28, 2010 APOD. Such rays are sometimes called the Rays (or Fingers) of Buddha, among other names.
By contrast, crepuscular rays -- pictured here over the Ionian Sea near Lefkas, Greece -- have a more suggestive poetic name of Jacob's Ladder.
Let's see if this is the 4th consecutive entry in a row with 0 comments.
I appear to have lost at least two readers, one over the definitive end of any interaction or relationship with P. (that's P-dot in case you're wondering), and the other over my criticisms of Pres. Obama done Cave-In. Wow -- the latter is just breathtaking to watch.
All while the GOP crazies run amok in a distraction created by the Overclass as it plunders and destroys America.
Yes, this place really does exist in Schulenburg, Texas, although the sign message may have been photoshopped in.
Anyway, I'm much too tired to write any kind of blog entry tonight, even a weather update to discuss the interesting and dramatic weather we had earlier today.
Here was the NE CONUS radar mosaic (composite mode) at 1258UTC (758AM EST) Dec. 1, 2010 as the front was sweeping through the region with heavy rain squalls. In the D.C. / Balt area, temps dropped 15F+ degrees in minutes from 63F or so to 48F or so.
I've also been suffering from some real pains that I'm hoping is "just" the occasional acid reflux problems I have rather than prelude to a heart attack. Plus I have a headache. I'm not feeling well at all. Maybe I'm going to die. I really need a check up.
As for my job, it is going fine this week.
I'll try to update this blog tomorrow but realistically it may not be until the weekend.