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Hi Everybody!!
Welcome to my Hometown!!

Monday, August 12, 2013

PARTLY CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF HIGH HEAT! (A HEAT MAP PHOTO BLOG)

Hi Everybody!!
Welcome to my world where the trees are blue and the sky is green and red!!!! This is called Heat Map Effect in the Picasa Editing Program. One finger to click on one button is all it takes to change your photos also. (Check it out in the Google Index).  I make these images into colorful cards for the Bird Sanctuary. The real photoshoot is after the Heat Maps. It is the raincloud that did not rain on Rainbow Creek. Enjoy!























Can they really make it rain?
(My answer is No, at least not in my part of Texas)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weather_modification

Weather modification

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Weather modification is the act of intentionally manipulating or altering the weather. The most common form of weather modification is cloud seeding to increase rain or snow, usually for the purpose of increasing the local water supply.[1] Weather modification can also have the goal of preventing damaging weather, such as hail or hurricanes, from occurring; or of provoking damaging weather against an enemy or rival, as a tactic of military or economic warfare. Weather modification in warfare has been banned by the United Nations.

Cloud seeding[edit source | editbeta]

Cloud seeding is a common technique to enhance precipitation. Evidence on its safety is strong[citation needed], but there are still doubts about its effectiveness. Cloud seeding entails spraying small particles, such as aluminium oxide, barium, or silver iodide onto clouds in order to affect their development, usually with the goal of increasing precipitation. Cloud seeding only works to the extent that there is already water vapor present in the air. Critics generally contend that claimed successes occur in conditions which were going to lead to rain anyway. It is used in a variety of drought-prone countries, including the United States, the People's Republic of ChinaIndia, and Russia. In the People's Republic of China there is a perceived dependency upon it in dry regions, and there is a strong suspicion it is used to "wash the air" in dry and heavily polluted places, such asBeijing. In mountainous areas of the United States such as the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada,[9] cloud seeding has been employed since the 1950s.
Please see link for complete article





(No Heat Map Effect)
Below is the photoshoot of a rain cloud system that had promise. However, over my place, the clouds exploded apart revealing the blue sky underneath. I got no rain from this cloud, but some in town did get a little rain.
















































That's It! Dark Clouds right above my place and no rain--------------------------



...this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek.  See You next time! More Heat Map just for Fun in the Sun!





















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