Saturday, June 14, 2008

More clouds


Please click to enlarge these images.
These were taken the same day as the Sky Watch photos of both this blog and The Road Less Travel. It was a good day for sky watching! And the photo in the header here was taken that same day.

9 comments:

Marie said...

Great Saturday Sky Watch too :)

Have a nice weekend :)

Carletta said...

Lovely Rose - I like those telephone poles - don't see that kind of landscape much anymore what with underground cables these days.

Mike said...

Lovely cloud shots.
This I Do...

Abe Lincoln said...

Hi Rose,

I love these two pictures that look almost exactly like scenes around here. No mountains in view, no deep, fall-over-your-dead valleys, and no sky scrapers anywhere in sight. Just the old telephone poles and wires; blue sky and white clouds. This has got to be next door to heaven just like here.

I left this message where you left it for me. Wow. And I am most pleased with this information.

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Gee whiz, thanks Rose. This might be a blessing to me. Now that was my biggest problem in not know the name was where to begin looking. By the month they bloom might be the perfect answer for me. Thank you.

Your fish are, by the way, excellent to look at and pan fried would be delicious to eat if you used corn meal. I love blue gill and what we used to call sun fish and crappies but don't fish anymore.

Old Wom Tigley said...

We've been having the same kind of clouds but our weather as not been bad at all.. the 'temp' as dropped a touch, and we had had a shower or two but thats it... Sure makes for great watching Rose. :O)

Mary said...

I love clouds and those are beautiful. Our sky was finally fairly clear today. I missed the clouds!

Baba said...

Rose, your clouds are marvelous. I worship their cottony textures that carry to imagine any thing. My congratulations!!!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

This was a lovely day to be out with your camera!

Suzi-k said...

all are lovely. i like the row of telephone poles, i guess they will be obsolete one day and your great grandchildren will look at this and wonder what they are!

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