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January 4 shows us the simple pleasures of standing in the middle of a road at night after rain has slicked the tarmac. Fear not for I had a spotter for cars.
January 17 An octopus in its natural habitat. Not all northwest tree octopodes spend all their lives arboreal. They too like to splishysplash in a puddle or three.
January 28 Trees. Night. You can see a single solitary star in the full size version in the tiny patch of clear-ish sky.
That’s it for January.