Fresh aerosol for a hot spring day

Today begins a series of images documenting chemtrail activity in the skies of California. This post shows images taken this morning, April 29, 2014, 7:15am, from a rooftop looking southwest using a Nikon D-80 DSLR with 18-135mm zoom lens. Captions describe details. By mid-afternoon, the temperature was ~90°, as predicted.

Jet aircraft begin spraying run.

Figure 1. Valencia, CA. Jet aircraft, flying south, begins spraying run. Image enlarged and cropped.

Figure 2. Valencia, CA. Looking southwest. Two chemtrails with jet from Fig. 1.

Figure 2. Valencia, CA. Wide angle, looking southwest. Two chemtrails, one with jet from Fig. 1.

Panning south shows same and earlier chemtrails.

Figure 3. Valencia, CA. Panning south shows chemtrail from Fig. 2 (right) and earlier chemtrails (middle and left).

Valencia, CA. Morning: Freshly Laid Chemtrails. Rooftop View, April 29, 2014

Figure 4. Valencia, CA. Panning southeast showing earliest chemtrail spreading drifting toward rising morning sun.


About C. A. Weaver

Christopher Allan Weaver lives in Southern California. He is a technical editor by profession, and holds an A.S. degree in technical writing from North Shore Community College, Beverly, MA, and a B.A. degree in Organizational Management from the Master's University. Christopher is a former staff editor with California Institute of Technology onsite at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA, working as both employee and contractor for about 18 years. Currently, he is a website designer, administrator, and blogger for several California websites. Overall, Christopher has over 30 years of editing, documentation, photography and graphic design skills.
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