Thursday, 6 October 2011

Sky Watch Friday - Clouds and Sunsets

This past week has been a crazy busy one, and I am late checking in on last Tuesdays contributions; so I am putting up some photo's of clouds and sunsets that I took on the 27th of September.  I will most likely be late getting around to checking on todays contributions too as I have to be out most of tomorrow searching out fabric for a Roman Centurions costume, then I have to get it made by Monday!

The cumulus almost seemed to be swirling vortex
Patches of  Velum and an 'almost' mini Kelvin-Helmholtz
 A parting of the clouds
 A cropped shot of the parting of the clouds
 Sun setting over the villages
 I love the blend of colours
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Gary said...

Beautiful scenes Jackie!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

TorAa said...

Very beautiful Sky observations

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Sunsets shot through trees are always enchanting and somewhat mysterious!


Sky above, earth below,
Watch the stars begin to glow.

Earth below, sky above—
Watch the stars with me, my love!

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Western Sunset

Life Ramblings said...

beautiful. your photos are exquisite.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots of cloud formations and terrific sunset.

J Bar said...

Beautiful shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Lovely photos.

Regards and best wishes

EG Wow said...

Lovely skies accented with silhouettes!

Sallie (FullTime-Lfe) said...

Beautiful! My goal is to learn a small fraction as much as you know about clouds.

Red Nomad OZ said...

Just can't have too many clouds!! I used to look for the Aussie Outback clear blue skies - which are magnificent - but the more interesting shots come with clouds!

EcoRover said...

I like the Fall skies and the change of seasons. Thanks for your note about the Perusich family--I don't think Claudia & George are still around, but I've had some of the clan in classes over the years and will inquire when I see them. As for weather here, we often have a high of 80 deg F one day and a high of 50 the next--especially this time of year. Snowline is gradually creeping down the ridges around town--it's at c. 7,000 feet right now (town is c. 6,000).

Delwyn said...

Hi Jackie
thanks for the visit. Your skies are so expansive...they are like canvases for the clouds to paint themselves on...

Happy days

Carver said...

Gorgeous clouds and sunset.

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