Back to the slight chill. No gloves or hat though. #fueledbyespresso #westloop #chicago (at CTA - Morgan)
Well worth the trip from #Lakeview just for a @lacolombecoffee. #doubleespressoshot. (at La Colombe Torrefaction)
That’s right!! #VioletHour we shall return. #wickerpark #cocktails #propercocktails #latergram
Thanks Matthew for some great cocktails.#PBJ #Darkandstormy #TheVioletHour (at The Violet Hour)
How can you not love her? #LupitaNyongo #rayofsunshing indeed.
On a grey and snowy day you can always find some color at @wholefoods. #lakeview #boystown #winter #flowers #colorful (at Whole Foods Market)
@nasa seriously has the best images. regram @nasa
Space Station Sensor to Capture ‘Striking’ Lightning Data - Our researchers developed the Lightning Imaging Sensor (LIS) aboard the TRMM satellite, which detects and locates lightning over the tropical region of the globe. The team that created this hardware in the mid-1990s built a spare, which is scheduled to launch to the International Space Station in February 2016 in order to take advantage of the orbiting laboratory’s high inclination. LIS measures the amount, rate and radiant energy of global lightning, providing storm-scale resolution, millisecond timing, and high, uniform-detection efficiency — and it does this without land-ocean bias.
One of the crew members aboard the International Space Station photographed this night view of storm clouds over Southern California. Early morning lightning can be seen as a white blotch just to the right of center. The yellow colored area, beneath the grey clouds, which almost shines because of night lights, is part of the highly populated area of Los Angeles and San Diego.
Image Credit: NASA
#iss #storm #losangeles #sandiego #lightning #space #nasa #la #sd
I can hear the #PaczkiDay pastries calling my name from #DaleyPlaza. #happybirthdaychicago (at BlueMetal Architects)
Watercolor skylines #London #NYC #Chicago #Toronto #Seattle #Nations
How much did you love this? regram @theellenshow
If only Bradley’s arm was longer. Best photo ever. #oscars
A major winter storm is poised to wallop the Mid-Atlantic and bring large amounts of snow to cities including Baltimore, Md., Washington, D.C. area on March 2 and 3, according to NOAA’s National Weather Service. NOAA’s GOES-East satellite captured this image of the clouds associated with the winter storm as it continued moving east toward those cities.
The clouds are associated with a cold from that stretches from eastern Maine through Maryland and west into the Tennessee Valley. The low pressure center associated with the front was located over Arkansas. At NASA/NOAA’s GOES Project at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. the cloud data from NOAA’s GOES-East satellite were overlaid on a true-color image of land and ocean created by data from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer or MODIS instrument that flies aboard NASA’s Aqua and Terra satellites. Together, those data created the entire picture of the position of this major winter storm.
IMAGE CREDIT: NASA/NOAA
#science #noaa #nasa #space #satellite #storm #rain #weather
They keep saying #spring is coming. #chicago #botanicalgardens #cantcomefastenough #SUN
Time to power up for the next half of the day. Going to be a long one. (at BlueMetal Architects)