November 28, 2013. Albany CA.
Links of Interest
- Equinox vs Equilux- ever wonder?
- Brenda's website
- Sunrise Sunset Calendar
- Solstice audio recordings from around the world
- FAQ's about the Earth's Rotation
- Ask an Astrophysicist
- Huna Wisdom
- environmental awareness ringing endorsement
- December Sun Watchers AUDIO ARCHIVE
- Daily Radio - December Sun Watching Schedule
- Baylink Bus Schedules
- Golden Gate Ferry Schedules
- Hiroshima Peace Bridge
- Total Solar Eclipse in China- 8/1/08
- Equinox Information
- Map of California Fires June 2008
- Manhattan Stonehenge 5/28/08 PM
- Summer Solstice Information
- Meridian Interns' Videos
- NY Times article - No Quasimodo... 2/8/08
- More Equinox Info
- Adria recommends this book about El Camino Bells
- Adria's link to info about El Camino Bells
- Anti-Salvation Army?
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Saturday, November 2, 2013
|sunset 10-31-13 6:13 PM|
sunrise 11-1-12 7:35 AM
sunset 10-30-13 6:14 PM
Posted by Brenda Hutchinson at 1:26 PM
Sunday, September 22, 2013
As you can imagine, it’s not possible for everyone to experience the equal division of the day into light and darkness on the same day. That event only coincides with the equinox at the equator. For everyone else on the planet, it depends on where you are located.
If you would like to know when you will experience the balance of light and dark, have a look at www.sunrisesunset.com. You can enter your location and see which day has the sunrise and the sunset separated by 12 hours. That will be your Equilux.
(Did you see a green flash? Just before the sunset titles? The moment of sunset?)
Posted by Brenda Hutchinson at 11:45 PM
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Saturday, August 31, 2013
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Sunset 7:44. San Francisco
The sun set while we were waiting for the previews to begin. So rather than miss anything, we observed the moment by ringing bells from our seats. Unfortunately it was to the annoyance of one of our fellow patrons who was way into the JC Penny back to school advertisement.
Posted by Brenda Hutchinson at 11:21 PM
Saturday, August 10, 2013
Sunset 8:01 PM. Brooklyn, NY
August 10, 2013
SHARE YOUR SUNWATCH-
Inspiration for invitation from dailybell2008 to share your sunrise or sunset in a small effort to remind and unite us of our connection to each other and to this world which we seem so determined to destroy.
Posted by Brenda Hutchinson at 11:28 PM
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
This was the month for mixed and merged realities. Hard to keep track, but the sunrise was a nice constant.
Sunrise 5:27AM. Troy, NY July 12, 2013
This sunrise is from was the first of 3 days for the Art and Science of Deep Listening held at the EMPAC center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, NY. The conference was held in celebration and as an exploration into Pauline Oliveros’ Deep Listening practice from practioners around the world. It was an amazing 3 days and hopefully it will only be the first annual conference of more to come.
Bjorn Eriksson (aka miulew) and I rang in the sunrise in the dorm parking lot. A nice quiet affair (except for all the air conditioner blowers). Afterwards, I just went back to bed but Bjorn went on to take advantage of David Arner’s birdwalk. Later in the day we performed with the Avatar Orchestra Metaverse. This was the first time that so many of us were present together in Real Life (Tina Pearson aka Humming Pera, Viv Corringham aka Zonzo, Norman Lowrey aka North Zipper, Bjorn and I aka Groucho Parx) along with our avatar counterparts and the other Second Life performers from around the globe
Sunrise 5:50 AM. Brooklyn, NY July 30, 2013
Another opportunity to ring in the morning with another member of the AOM, Tina Pearson.
Posted by Brenda Hutchinson at 2:22 PM
Friday, June 21, 2013
At the time of the Solstice, the mornings were already creeping forward, expanding the territory of darkness. However, the evenings were also moving forward so we could still revel in the same amount of light- temporarily holding the light line.
Sadly, now however, the evenings have leveled off and the sun will continue to set at the same time for another week before it joins the mornings to shrink our daylight. Ahhhhh.
It was really wonderful to be at the western most edge of the time zone and just a bit farther north while in Detroit. Sunset after 9PM—glorious! (It’s so close to Canada)
Sunrise 5:56 AM
Sunset 9:13 AM
Detroit Institute of Arts Museum
I took a short break from the Shirin Neshat exhibition to ring down the sun. I loved this museum — beautiful Diego Rivera murals and recently renovated building. A live acoustic music performance in the evening—the museum was packed.
Posted by Brenda Hutchinson at 11:18 PM