Yo, Fragments regulars or those much Â more numerous who, according to my site statistics, Â came here round-about from the oddest search results you can imagine (those details for another time)…
I will be, at least for while, posting primarily on medium.com that perhaps has more potential readership and greater credibility as a fact source than the fuzzy world of blogs.
Today’s post has not gotten much love there, so my thought that DARKNESS Â and a pertinent map would be an interesting topic for my sky-watching neighbors has not borne out. I continue to have my finger somewhere other than on the pulse of American readership.
But one or two southwest Virginians may appreciate anew your bearingÂ in the world of dark (or light) places in these parts. From this post, be sureÂ and go to meteoEarth for their dynamic maps.
And if you make it to Medium.com, please sign up to follow and if you really are feeling generous, “recommend” (medium’s version of FB “like”) a post or two from time to time.
Go toÂ http://medium.com/@fred1st
The “featured image” up top of night time lights over SW VA from meteoEarth here is not very clear, the image uploaded to medium.com is better and meteoEarth is far clearer still.
That is all.
Help us with the Medium link and we will follow you there, although I love getting this blog in my e-mail inbox, which I always see, unlike my FB feed.
Kathy, I had you in mind when I double-posted this map and info.
Did you try the link yet: http://medium.com/@fred1st
Please let me know if it takes you to my “stories” page. — Fred
I tried the link and it worked beautifully. What a pleasure to find you there! I saw articles, but will go there again for stories. Thanks!
Fred, whether people find you here or there, you do have a few loyalists who appreciate you, your writing, and the photos you post!