I can't believe that 2020 is already almost 1/12 over. It's also the last day of the January Ultimate Blog Challenge.
Where I live the sunrise is finally getting earlier and the sunset is getting later. It's noticeable now. Sunrises and sunsets can be incredible, but a lot of the time, our famous clouds (we are one of the cloudiest places in the lower 48) block the view.
But there's also the middle of the day. Last Friday, it was warm (warm!) and it was sunny (sunny!) at noon. At the same time. That isn't that usual
It was lunchtime in downtown Binghamton, New York and I decided to take a little lunch stroll. No freezing my fingers in 18 degree weather to bring photos to you like last week.
What beautiful streaks across the sky. The sky was blue.
The show ends with a picture of our Civil War monument with more historic buildings in the background. (And yes, that white stuff at the bottom is snow).
Just think, if the sky is like this on February 2, the groundhog will see its shadow and we'll have six more weeks of winter. But guess what? We'll have six more weeks of winter, regardless.
I hope you have enjoyed my sky pictures, and invite you to join Yogi and other sky watching bloggers each Friday for #SkywatchFriday.
Day 31 of the Ultimate Blog Challenge #blogboost.