On the road again, this time to Seattle for a few days work. I've made the 2-hour drive so many times that it's easy to zone out along the way, but every one in a while you see something out of the ordinary. This time it was a bizarre lighting effect coming from behind the mountains... shafts of heavenly radiance reaching upwards. Sadly, it didn't capture very well on my little pocket camera, but it's still an impressive event...
I'm sure there's some kind of fancy scientific term for this stuff, but I just call it "cool."
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That is really cool, do you ever see the Northern Lights?
We see the Northern Lights here on rare occasions, but they are nothing very spectacular… we are just too far away to see all the colors and crackling energy. Instead we get little light smudges. 🙂