Deming, New Mexico
August, 2005, Page 1
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All our nighttime photographs are taken with a Minolta Dimage 7 digital camera with a 7X optical zoom lens on a tripod.
Wednesday, August 31, 2005, 9:05pm MDT
Yet another great night! We got all 3 lights again.
Until my eyes heal, I will only be posting the animated series.
From Deming, New Mexico, USA…
Marveling with you,
Another great night!
We photographed 3 different lights.
We got the 9:10 Express, the next light I'm calling Horizon Light and the last one
I'll call South Light because it was south of the others.
Until my eye heals, or I get adjusted, I'll only post the animated series.
I'm having some problems with my right eye. I seem to have lost my peripheral vision in that eye. It's from, we think, a "painless" migraine headache, so it should go away in a few days.
I am posting the animated series of what we photographed Monday, August 29, 2005, 9:10pm MDT.
Due to my eye, I'm working slowly…very slowly. I'll get the still photos posted as soon as I can.
In the meantime, enjoy.
What a great night!
We photographed a CLUSTER!
Friday, August 26, 2005, 9:10pm.
We started photographing the 9:10 Express when suddenly another one showed up under the Express. Then, a third showed up under that one.
The 9:10 Express moved in a southerly direction. Then, the second light appeared under the Express. It too, moved in a southerly direction then turned and started running just along the mountain tops.
Suddenly, the third light appeared, as if from the mountain, and moved in a northerly direction. Suddenly, the third light changed direction and also headed in a southerly path under the Express.
Surprisingly, the Express quickly turned north and disappeared. The third light moved south and then, it too, disappeared.
The second light, the one running the mountain tops continued on south, then it disappeared.
A CLUSTER! Was this EVER a great night.
I'm not going to crop and enlarge the lights tonight due to there being three of them.
I will have an animated series for tonight's photographs.
Added, 08-27-05: Enlargements at bottom of page.
A guide of all three lights.
EXCELLENT night for
We got twenty photos of the 9:10 Express and twenty-one photos of First Light.
First Light did a strange thing. Notice photos 19, 20 and 21 of First Light. It reversed its direction (it was traveling north, then changed to south) and appeared to come down the mountainside.
I did have to move the camera to keep the 9:10 Express in the viewfinder. Therefore, I will not be doing an animated series of either light.
Well, here they be, folks…
Whoa! What an exciting night!
Wednesday, August 24, 2005, 9:05pm
First we picked up a light (First Light) to the north of where the 9:10 Express usually is. We managed five photos of what we'll call First Light.
Then, seconds later the 9:10 Express showed up a little south of First Light. While getting photos of the Express, I never saw First Light in my viewfinder. However, if you look at the lower left of the photos (The 9:10 Express photos) you can see First Light following the 9:10 Express south.
Even after the Express disappears, First Light is still there. Ann noticed First Light as I was readying the photos of the 9:10 Express for viewing. I need to cut the size of the photos so the download time is okay. Otherwise the photos would be huge and take forever to download. They would also require scrolling from side-to-side and up and down to view the photo. It makes for easier viewing of the photographs.
Enjoy! Dennis & Ann
Tuesday, August 23, 2005, 9:10pm
It's "monsooning" pretty heavily to the east of us tonight,
so we only managed four photos of the 9:10 Express
and one photo of the horizon light.
The bad news: The "monsooning" is slowing down our picture taking.
The good news: We need the rain desperately.
Monday, August 22, 2005, 9:15pm
Tonight we got two lights.
One was low on the horizon and the other was the 9:10 Express.
Only tonight, the 9:10 Express fooled me. Usually it moves to the south.
Tonight, it moved to the north. Therefore, I had to move the camera and tripod.
Well, here they are…
Sunday, August 21, 2005, 9:15pm
The wind was howling tonight from the south something terrible.
Blowing dust caused a decrease in vision.
However, at 9:15pm, when the light showed up...the wind stopped,
as did the blowing dust, long enough for us to get five photos.
Here they be...
Saturday, August 20, 2005, 9:15pm
What a great night for photos!
We managed 33 photos and a LANDING!!!
Unfortunately, it's too muddy, due to the monsoons, for us to drive to the area it landed. Where it landed there is nothing. I mean absolutely nothing, but cows, snakes and desert critters.
We watched the light as it descended below the mountains. We never saw it take off or rise again. So, it either took off so fast we were unable to see it, or it's still there. I doubt it's still there.
Watch the animation I made from the still photos and it will give you a good idea of the landing.
It's a shame it decides to land when we cannot drive out to it because of the mud. It needs to come land in our yard. Then we'll get some great photos.
Enjoy! Dennis & Ann
Wednesday, August 17, 2005, 9:15pm
Great photos tonight. We caught two ships in the some of the photos.
We were able to get 23 photos in all this evening.
Sorry for not having photos of the 9:10 Express over the last week or so.
I've been in the hospital dealing with renal failure, congestive heart failure
and edema from the waist down. I'm home now and doing much better.
I had an horrendous time with the hospital and staff. I had my medications
changed by the nurses, who told me they didn't need doctor's orders.
The nurses told me that they had the right to change my medication as they
saw fit. WRONG! They darn near starved me to death. My diet was 1800 calories,
however, the nurses kept cutting portions in half when the food reached my floor...
against the doctor's orders. I felt I would not survive the weekend if I stayed in the
hospital. Ann picked me up on Saturday, August 13, 2005. I checked out and I am
doing much better with Ann as my nurse and being in my own home. I entered the
hospital at the weight of 274 lbs. I left at 218 lbs. That's 56 pounds of edema fluid
gone. Boy, do I feel skinny!
Tuesday, August 16, 2005, 9:00pm
The Express showed up a little early tonight.
Here are seventeen photos...enjoy.
Wednesday, August 03, 2005, 9:15pm
We got some great shots of the 9:10 Express tonight.
We didn't see anything else, unfortunately.
Tuesday, August 02, 2005, 9:10pm
A very interesting night. We took four
shots of the 9:10 Express, then looked to the southwest
and saw something else in the sky. It was moving in an easterly direction.
It had two lights, no flashing, strobing, or blinking...nothing, just two white
lights. You will find those photos listed under Double Helix on the lower
part of this page.
The 9:10 Express
Monday, August 01, 2005, 9:20pm
We got nine great photos tonight.
It moved in a southerly direction again.
BUT, WAIT, THERE'S MORE...
While studying the photos we found two more
ships in the upper right side of the photographs.
You will find those enlargements at the bottom
of the page.
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