This is at the back of The Erna Fergusson Library. I don’t know if it has a name but I think Waterfall of Letters works. At the front of the library there is another alphabet piece, called Alphabet Soup, which is part of The Albuquerque Public Art Program.
The Whole Foods in my neighborhood used to have a small area with tables and chairs. You could get your food, head into this area and enjoy you meal or snack. They did away with this area in favor of this outside bar area. I have not visited this place so I have no idea what they serve or if it’s any good but I seriously miss the place that it used to be.
Sunset without clouds to enhance it is unremarkable. There is really not much to see but a ball of fire going down and dropping below the horizon. Add some clouds and it is always a magnificent work of art.
When my daughter was a little girl, we lived in California and we used to go hang out on the Pacific Coast Highway to watch the sun set. It was something, I think, we both enjoyed. We knew it was time to leave and go home when we heard the “Sizzle” of the sun hitting the water. I miss watching the sunset over the ocean.
Haven’t been to O’Niell’s in a while now but they have good food and a great atmosphere. One of my favorite’s is the sweet potato fries. They have two locations – One in Nob Hill and one in the Heights. I prefer the one down in Nob Hill.
Rarely do I get to take cool photos of clouds at night but thanks to the almost full moon back lighting this cloud (the Full Corn Moon was on September 6th) tonight I got my chance. This cloud looked just like a shark swimming around the sky. This was hand held and pretty much straight our of the camera – I cropped it a tiny bit.
I love clouds … all kinds of clouds. These clouds were so low it looked as if you could reach out and grab them but I’ve actually seen them even lower were they’re actually sitting on the ground. I think they are attempting to shroud Sandia Mountain but the mountain is doing a pretty good job of peeking through.