Saturn and Jupiter…


hoodoos lunar corona and saturn jupiter conjunction

With a snowstorm moving in we knew last night was our shot at catching the Saturn Jupiter conjunction. It was spectacular! From the owls hooting in the distance to the (most appropriate) lunar corona, it was a magical sight!

A lunar corona is caused by diffraction of light around water droplets in an almost transparent cloud.

If you’ve got clear skies after sunset make sure you get outside!


the wind blows.

All the lessons are in nature. You look at the way rocks are formed – the wind and the water hitting them, shaping them, making them what they are. Things take time, you know?

Diane Lane

I love this time of year when the seasons change from day to day; one moment is fall, the next winter.

This was taken the morning of the Autumnal Equinox when the length of day and night was almost equal.

The rock lover in me could not get enough of these sandstone sculptures in this magical place.

Take time to get out in nature. I guarantee it will give you a new perspective on life.