SW Radiogram, 13 hours later.

Last night I copied SW Radiogram out of Pennsylvania on 9625kc and it was marginal to say the least. That station is always difficult to copy here in RI because it can sit just inside of normal HF single-hop distance. 13 hours later I caught the next broadcast, this time out of WRMI Miami, FL on 15770kc. That was a totally different story. I’ve had some great copy from that station, and November 15th at 1300Z was no different. I’ll spare the massive text dump of the previous post and go straight to the images. Clean, Clear and Vibrant.

Georg in Germany sent this photo of a peacock butterfly
(“Tagpfauenauge”) that appeared in front of his home on a sunny
autumn day …
The leaves of a barberry bush are covered with frost in a garden
outside Moscow during a recent early morning.
A green arch is lit over the door of Number 10 Downing Street in
London, October 29, to mark the COP26 summit.
A street in Frankfurt on a foggy morning, October 29.
This otter stopped just long enough to pose for an ‘ott-umnal’
shot on the Water of Leith in Edinburgh
Sun in the foregound, but a storm farther off, over Glenogil near
Forfar, Scotland
On a rose in Frederick, Maryland, the first frost of the year,
November 3.
Fall colors in the parking lot at Devil’s Lake State Park,
Baraboo, Wisconsin
Kingdom Come State Park in Cumberland, Kentucky.
Our painting of the week is “Leaf of Gold” (1941) by Canadian
artist Walter J. Phillips.

Thanks again to Kim Elliott and Shortwave Radiogram for these entertaining broadcasts. Shortwave listening doesn’t have to be all AM voice and music. There is room for more modes and more voices. 73, N1QDQ

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