Yesterday we had ANOTHER snow storm…a heavy wet snow that resulted in a couple of inches and some shoveling for old times sake for me. Of course, by today, you would never known it had ever happened!
But it’s cold and a wind moved off most of the leftover clouds. Tonight, I was out just as the sun was setting and just had to run to get the camera. The sky over the Organ Mountains was especially sublime…the pictures really don’t do it justice, but here goes:
Sometimes we get clouds that look like flying saucers. This one over the peaks certainly is not the most perfect of examples, but the location and the colors….it will have to do! For a moment I thought I was watching the craft from “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” descending to pick me up…
Then, I noticed to the left, a sight over the St. Augustin Pass that made me wonder if I were seeing a wormhole of sorts. Time rippled around the edges of this massive gateway:
Then, a closer look revealed what looked like a distant, imaginary mountain range covered in snow as I looked through the pass:
The colors of the mountain changed into a copper glow….was I on a red planet, like Mars, near an icecap?
As the light ran out, I returned to the house and back to planet Earth to cook dinner…But it had been a lovely dream!