Thursday, 13 October 2011

Sky Watch Friday - Weather Fronts and Sunsets

Tuesday afternoon on the way home from town I took pics of a weather front rolling in, dark clouds promising rain, and we had some heavy rain during the night and the following morning the sky was featureless Nimbostratus, we had a waterfall over our back door again.  Today, Thursday, started out the same way but eventually gave way to a few little clouds, by late afternoon the Sun actually showed itself and we had a beautiful Sunset.  The last two pics are from the shots I took this evening.  The Banner shot was taken on the 7th. of this month.
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19 comments:

J Bar said...

Beautiful shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Kel said...

pretty as a picture

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful captures, I love the moddy looking clouds and I really love the beautiful and colorful sunset shots. Happy skywatching!

Bernie said...

Those grey clouds certainly create a sense of foreboding and your sunset shots is just gorgeous.

Mariane said...

WOW - it is the only thing I can say ;) - Amazing serie of photos - Thank you for sharing

Frostbite and Sunburn said...

What a great week of skies for you. Got to admit that the last is my favourite!

ladyfi said...

Wonderfully dramatic shots rounding off with some fiery skies! Lovely pics.

Stewart M said...

Hi there - the banner shot is a real keeper!

But I also like the grey clouds - you don’t get the green that the UK is so famous for without grey clouds!

Feels like the first real day of spring here today - get ready for winter!

Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

Praveen Kumar said...

Wow lovely pics thanks for sharing very nice pics.

Carver said...

Beautiful shots of the clouds and sunset.

Ms. Becky said...

oh my, these are some sweeping views of the land and sky. those are some dramatic skies too - I love the cloud formations, especially in the first photo. you live in a beautiful area. and we have something in common besides photography - I have three kitties too. they're sisters that were born in my barn when I lived in the country. now they're 14 years old but doing very well. thanks for stopping by my blog and saying hello - I truly appreciate it. happy weekend to you Jackie.

Ms. Becky said...

I just listened to your daughter singing Farewell to Tarwathie - oh what a beautiful voice she has. thanks for sharing her song. it just made my day.

chubskulit said...

Beautifully captured!

My Skywatch, have a nice weekend!

Gattina said...

It's true you have the same sky as I have over my head ! Exept the beautiful sunrise (or sunset) which didn't happen for weeks because it's misty in the mornings. Since Friday the sun is shining but it's cold !! 11 ° !
Today we put the garden furniture away. Summer is over !

Gill - That British Woman said...

great shots, a very active sky,

Gill in Canada

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What a wonderful day with your sky. I love to see the changes in one day -- great post.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

These are so pretty!

Gary said...

About Boomer's leash. The haltie collar, not a muzzle, is used to train pulling dogs in place of the choke chain. Boomer was trained to walk me after my accident, so he heals, and does not pull, and will in fact stand while I use his weight to pull myself up an incline.As well the haltie acts as a silent rein in the forest to let him know which way we're going. He knows how to get rid of it in a flash. All this speaks to Boomer's intelligence as malamutes are not used usually for this purpose. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

hannah said...

Your skies are fantastic, The rosy ones are unbelievable. I see those from time to time but never manage to capture them like you did.

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