Before the Super Bowl, the vacant field next to where I park for work was rented out for an event. Lately they've been watering the field with industrial size irrigation sprinklers (which I have to admit are very impressive in their range). Our speculation in the office is that part of the contract for renting the field, which was pretty ravaged after the temporary building was torn down, is that they have to restore it to its previous grassy/weedy splendor.
Late this afternoon the clouds were pretty creepy before it started raining. They looked like something was boiling up there. (Note that the streak of light in the top right corner is a reflection of the lights in my office - not a crazy beam in the sky.)
The party on our block last night must have been a big one - though we didn't hear it. There was clear, green and blue glass - which was pretty except for the idea of it getting into your tires. I didn't move quickly enough to capture the sea of blue glass before someone swept it up, but here's a small sampling.
I know I've posted something like this before, but I really love how the outside looks through these glass blocks, and it's different depending on the light, weather and season. It's like being inside a kaleidescope.
The front yard next door seems pretty empty without the tree alongside the driveway. Our building is two stories and the tree was taller than that. When it was there you really only saw the edge of the house across the street.