Tonight is the darkest evening of the year. Or at least the longest night. The winter solstice
arrives a half hour after midnight. For the past few days we've had ominous clouds. Take a look at these from Monday evening:
|Is the big cloud swallowing a smaller one?|
|Is this cloud really a giant hand?|
|These clouds are moving from north to east.|
|To the west, the clouds open in a circle.|
|These clouds over Chestnut Mountain just look creepy.|
This morning, I took several pictures of Melody grazing. Only one looked odd. Did a giant snowflake fall and I didn't notice it at the time? Or what?
Your guess is as good as mine. But it's the winter solstice, so strange things can occur.
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