Tag: weather

Shifting Seasons

The spring breeze teased my loose, long hair as it sailed behind me when the swing went up, and cascaded around my shoulders when gravity pulled the swing back. Light from the late afternoon sun filtered through the… Read More

Measuring Snow – Taking a Core Sample Video

How to measure snow by taking a core sample.  Read Sara’s past articles about snow measuring here Full transcript of video: Hello, I’m Sara Bruegel writer of Creation Clues, and today I’m going to show you how to… Read More

Curiously Curved Clouds

The vast expanse of the sky has always been one of the most enthralling wonders to me.  Sometimes stormy, sometimes starry, and sometimes simply spread abroad in its spacious, clear blue.  Because I love seeing and learning about… Read More

Measuring Treasures of the Snow

This morning I watched as the sunrise elusively sparkled off innumerous tiny crystals in the thick, pure-white layer of snow that draped everything in sight.  Idealistic winter scenery like that is not exactly an every-day view of God’s… Read More

Creation Clues for Kids, Vol. 4 No.1

Wondrous Weather The sound of pouring rain echoed off the roof, getting more furious every minute.  A sudden flash of light brightened up the dark sky, followed by a loud growling in the distance.  And to think it… Read More

Creation Clues For Kids, Vol. 3 No. 1

What is it? What is the most amazing thing in the world that you can think of? Today I want to tell you about one of the most amazing things in the world that I can think of. … Read More

Clues From Clouds, Part 2

Last week we started talking about how important clouds are to our daily life.  Without clouds, life on earth as we know it would be impossible.  Not only are clouds highly functional, but they can also be breathtakingly… Read More