Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Favorite Photos From October


13 comments:

  1. What lovely, peaceful skies!! Wonderful captures, Robin!! Thanks for sharing the beauty!!

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  2. Whoa, your skies down there be trippin' ! Makes me feel like I've been drinking some kind of magic potion. Such cool images.

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  3. I just loved the cloud waves in the first one. You do make looking up an art form.

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  4. Sylvia-- I love sharing the beauty. It's the best part of the internet!

    isabelita-- I want to travel just so I can see what the clouds are doing in other places. I wish I had been looking more closely all the times I was on the road.

    Arkansas Patti-- That photo in particular is what made me want to post this Wordless Wednesday. It reminds me of the ocean.

    Rain Trueax-- Thank you. I want everyone to look up and have their minds blow like this!

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  5. They are very nice shots. They are very good arguments for looking up and keeping a camera at hand.

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  6. Mark-- Glad you liked them! I thought of you the other day when I saw this photo at the Cloud Appreciation Society website. The skies are pretty spectacular everywhere.

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  7. Wow! The first photo especially. Clouds speak the language of the heart. I'm grateful to them.

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  8. am-- I may submit that first photo to the Cloud Appreciation Society. I am so glad that it moves you too.

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  9. I like your sky. I want some of your sky to move here.

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  10. John-- Some of these colors are in your sky. I swear someone with a lot of authority in these matters informed me that iridescent clouds happen everywhere. Please go find them and photograph them for me!

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  11. So beautiful! I clearly don't spend enough time looking up! I'm going to start!

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  12. Pat-- I look forward to seeing what you're looking at when you start looking up. Iridescence occurs pretty close to the sun (like coronas), so be careful and protect your eyes. I always try to put something between me and the direct sun, which is why you'll often see the roof of our house or a tree in my pics. Good luck!

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