When I left for home, from my work, I looked over towards Western mountains along the Skeena Valley, and saw clear blue sky, and pure white snow caps, in the glow of the Sun. It was an amazing sight, after a week of overcast and rainy weather. Sadly, no photos, as I have been spending most of my time getting ready for impending Inventory that will happen next week.
While most get some sort of a winter holiday, myself, I might be working through some of the stat time off. I took on the extra duties, mainly for the money. On one of the scheduled days off, I will be making “triple” time, which I think will be either the 25th, or New Years’ Day. I have not received the final schedule yet. Do not feel bad for me, I am not religious; only tomorrow is significant to me, being the first day of winter, the rest is just time off for good behavior.
I will take my camera to work with me tomorrow. Like years past, taking photos on the shortest day of the year is somewhat tradition for me. Most often, I get really awesome photos, mostly of landscapes. So, hopefully, this year, December 21st will be a wonderful sun filled day, and there will be lot of unique shots to taken. Rumour has it, tomorrow might be clear, yet cold. We will see.
If the night is clear, I might try and spot the comet tomorrow, that will be near the Pleiades star constellation tomorrow. Sadly, there will also be a full Moon to compete with that will be nearly 30 degrees, making spotting the little green comet a challenge, even with a telescope. Hopefully Mother Nature will be on outside for viewing this.