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Infrared images of cloud cover

Infrared images of cloud cover were added today for the U.S. east coast, the Canadian west coast, most of Alaska (also added to visible cloud cover), and Hawaii. The page is located at http://www.pixelatedpalette.com/infraredcloudcover. More to follow!

Edit: The page has been removed from the website.

Satellite Feeds

The satellite feeds for the visible cloud cover are installed.(http://www.pixelatedpalette.com/sailinginfo/visiblecloudcover.html) They show a little bit of the lower Canadian coastline, Newfoundland, the seashores of the continental U.S., the US Great Lakes, Mexico including Baja and the Gulf of California, the Florida Keys, Bermuda, almost all of the Gulf of Mexico, and Cuba and the northernmost Carribean. Images are supposed to be updated ever 30 minutes, so if you see those clouds rolling in and you’re wondering how much of the sky is covered, take a peek.

I wish you all the best of sailing or wherever else your endeavors may take you! Tell us about your sailboat or your latest boating adventure.

Edit: Thge page has been removed from the website.

Welcome!

Welcome to the Pixelated Palette Blog.
Information regarding updates to http://www.PixelatedPalette.com will be posted here. Content will concern itself with new web pages, new features and enhancements, new artwork designs, new sailing information, (your?) sailboat images, and other items related to the website.

The blog will focus on affordable art prints on art paper or canvas, framed or unframed. The intent is to introduce the viewer to new artists and artworks with which they are probably not familiar. Some outstanding works by famous artists may be featured as well, but at this point in time it is not intended that that will be the main topic.

The blog is not frequently updated at present, due to time constraints, so signing up for the RSS feed is not going to flood your mailbox! Recent efforts have been  on expanding and improving the website itself.

Art by Kinnally

Visitor Contributions


This original post read”

“Any links to RSS feeds regarding sailing information or maritime topics of interest will be given serious consideration for inclusion at PixelatedPalette.com

So will any “pics of the day” of maritime interest, marine art, sailing, oceanic topics, and the like.” 


Update:

The focus of the website has changed to featuring affordable art prints. The picture of the day is gone and sailing info and similar pages have been deleted. Marine and other types of nautical art, however, are still on the site and being expanded. That being said, PixelatedPalette is always looking for quality artists to review. If you have an Imagekind account with quality art, please send an email to the webmaster with a link to your gallery. Photography is not really the focus of the website, but drawings, illustrations, paintings, etc., are. Please don’t feel bad when you don’t receive a response; the ‘To Do’ list is extensive. But don’t be surprised if in the future you receive an email through your online gallery asking permission to post some of your work on the PixelatedPalette website!

If you don’t have an account at IK, email the webmaster anyway; the site is expanding and who knows what the future might bring? Besides, good art is always worth reviewing!