Saturday, September 21, 2019

Dust Bowl

During several non-consecutive evenings this week, outside has looked like this on night vision. Invisible to the naked eye however.

We’ve both had the dreaded lurgies with copious quantities of coughing and spluttering, but the respiratory problems have persisted a bit longer than usual. 

Could this gunk in the air be responsible? Is it emanating from eructos de volcán or perhaps alternatively from that annual migration of Saharan sand across the pond?

1 comment:

norm said...

I'm thinking pollin, end of the wet season, plants are making seed for the next wet season, hence lots of bits flying around.