Rain Stopped, And The Sun Has Returned

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14 Responses to Rain Stopped, And The Sun Has Returned

  1. just a thought says:

    I never get tired of looking at the nature photos you post, Tony. They are a real treat.

    Thank you.

  2. Robertv says:

    Beautiful ! Now let’s fight CO2 again so these plants have it much harder to survive.


    “The 600 measures outlined in climate agreement, worked out by ministers, lobby groups and industry last year, may not be enough to reach the governments targets, according to research by the Dutch environmental assessment agency PBL and the macro-economic think-tank CPB.

    The two bodies have calculated the impact of the plans – which range from phasing out the use of natural gas to subsidising electric cars – on the target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 49% compared with 1990 in 11 years time.

    The PBL says the plans will lead to a reduction in greenhouse gases of between 31 and 52 mega tons, which means the target of nearly 49 mega tons may not be reached. ‘This is because there are a lot of uncertainties in the agreement and in the way the public and industry will react to the measures,’ the agency said.”

    “In the current planning, some 80% of the cost will be passed on to consumers. However, on Tuesday it emerged that ministers are more sympathetic to the idea of introducing a carbon tax on heavy industry.”

    This shows you how stupid these people are because we all know consumers always pay 100+ % of the cost.

  3. rah says:

    Bad day for trucking in Texas. https://www.msn.com/en-us/video/viral/strong-winds-knock-truck-over-in-texas/vi-BBUL2VP?ocid=spartanntp

    Notice how the wind first raises the rear trailer up before it blows over. Also notice the trailer had no skirt though in that strong of wind gust I’m not sure it would have stopped a blow over in this case. Anyway that trailer was very light or empty it appears.

  4. DM says:


    The best may be the shot with crosses & cacti highlighted with a glowing orange sky.

  5. Grilled Tomatoes says:

    Really enjoy your nature pictures! Thank you

  6. Where did you take these pictures? I hiked Dreamy Draw (Phoenix Mountain Preserves) this morning and there aren’t nearly as many flowers.

  7. Venetian Panorama says:

    Which LDS Temple is that? I haven’t been able to match its look to any I thought were likely candidates.

  8. arn says:

    another dems cotribution in your country to protect illegal killers and shit on their victims


  9. GeologyJim says:

    Somewhat O/T, /Tony, but here’s a link to a Tucson wildlife photographer who has a similar “eye” for the birds –



    His name is Dan Weisz

    He previously got some fantastic images of bobcat mom and cubs in the arroyos next to the Silverbell Golf Course, just north of downtown Tucson.

    Critters are everywhere!

    Looking forward to coming to Tucson 3/26 for some golf and hiking

  10. gregole says:

    Southern Arizona has some nice weather coming up next week or two.

    Great shots Tony!

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