There is a combined 120,000 acres burning west and north of Boise. That smoky air does funny things to the sunlight filtering through the smoke. A surrealistic canvas. The “off white” of the Boise Depot, pictured here, that comes out a distorted yellow-orange, creates an entirely different view of the depot compared to the full, clear sun that is usually shinning.
Here are some photos I took this morning while the sun was still somewhat low and a low level of intensity. Do enjoy these and please do make comments. Left-Click any of these to see them in a larger format. Cheers!
Black-chinned Hummingbird at our feeder this morning. Very common this year. Sorry it is not very sharp.
Water Lillys at the Boise Depot Park.
“The Stream”. Boise Depot Park
“Fire Storm”. The fires are about 50 miles east and 25 or so miles north of Boise. This was an awesome sight! I took this photo from “The Buzz” in west Boise last night.
Boise this morning. The surrealistic glow of red and orange is from the fires. No, that is not fog. It is smoke.