Slicing contrail, bleeding blue sky

It’s one of those days. The sky couldn’t be truer if it was in Picasso’s Blue Period….

The ancient eavesdropper

Slicing contrail, bleeding blue sky

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I am an avid photographer, poet, ecologist, bookworm, blogger, art enthusiast and runner who calls Montana home but lives in Oregon.
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5 Responses to Slicing contrail, bleeding blue sky

    • Thank you! I really enjoy your photos and musings as well. Keep up the great work on your inspiring blog! Hope you are having a relaxing weekend, my friend 🙂
      Cheers,
      Tyler

  1. A contrail is made up of frozen gas particles?

    • You are correct, Jameson! A contrail is composed of carbon dioxide and water vapor. At a high altitude, water vapor condenses into millions of tiny water droplets which freeze if the temperature is low enough. Thank you for following my blog and taking the time to comment. I look forward to following your blog as well. You seem to be an accomplished photographer by the looks of your excellent portfolio. Keep living the dream, my friend. Hope you are having a relaxing weekend 🙂
      Cheers,
      Tyler

      • Exactly right and how long does it take ice particles to melt? I can’t imagine very long, for when you take a breath in a cold climate your breath will form a contrail for a very short period of time and then it will be gone. Sadly what you have taken a photograph is nothing familiar to me as natural as it has been ruining my photography in Ireland for years. Planes fly lines of white powder (Contrails) that turn a blue sky silver and I am left with no light or sun on a miserable day. We live in a frightening world my friend.

        Thanks for the comments on the photographs, haven’t really put my work out to show before and I really appreciate the feedback, sorry if I went of on a rant above.

        Peace

        Jameson.R

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