Monthly Archives: April 2014

Another Aurora Photo

It’s been a fairly quiet week down here – just tinkering around with some little projects, and a bit of normal work stuff. Hiring for Dag’s and my positions next year is well underway back in Madison. Seems like not that long … Continue reading

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Photo of the Day

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Easter

It’s been a busy, but fun, two-day weekend with some surprise work problems, a fancy birthday party on Saturday, anonymously distributed Easter baskets Sunday AM, and a big volunteer-cooked brunch later in the day. So, I’ve spent much of the last few … Continue reading

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The Moon Lately

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Looking Out the Back Door

Over the last several days, we’ve had relatively warm weather, which tends to mean clouds and blowing snow. Today though, it was much calmer and some folks were able to get out to work on the broken bulldozer I mentioned … Continue reading

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Dark Sector

This is what happens if you leave a 5D mark II outside in the Cold for a few hours, then pop in a warm battery and take a photo. Moiré patterns are due to Lightroom doing a bit of lens … Continue reading

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90° South, and windchill

Over the last few weeks, I read through 90° South by Paul Siple, a book mainly about the first winter people spent at Pole (1957). It’s an interesting look into the beginnings of the USAP, during a period in Antarctic history that … Continue reading

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