I love the way you take those photos
Wow, that is really pretty. You do have the "eye".
Very cool. The first time I ever saw one of those in the sky my reaction was a confused/panicked "OH GOD WHAT IS HAPPENING??!!!" Thank goodness for google.
Bill-- Thank you. I love when we get to see these optics!Arkansas Patti-- It's such a treat to look up and see these sights.Francine-- I love knowing that you've seen an atmospheric corona around the sun too. We've been seeing them quite often lately, and not sure if it's unusual or if we just hadn't noticed them before.Scott- Thank you.
Wow! What great photographs of such a lovely occurrence.
Pretty cool. I really need to look more carefully for that kind of thing.
NCmountainwoman-- I'm not sure what makes this corona occur, and it is really is a lovely occurrence.Mark P-- There's a corona happening as I type this. I am surprised by the frequency. Makes me wonder if it's ice particles or dust in the atmosphere. Wish I knew. I hope you get to see a corona there.
'Scuse me while I kiss the sky.Recently I was sitting inside talking on the telephone and looking out at the sky and was so happy to see some impressive iridescence. Again, thank you for bringing the sky to our attention with your beautiful photos.
am-- That lyric is perfect! Thank you for that. I also love knowing that you are seeing iridescent clouds there. They are everywhere!
I'm so used to seeing you on fb I don't usually check out your blog page except when you post something about it. I love the picture under the "just taking a good long look around". It's gorgeous. I'll re-bookmark this page.
jsk-- I stopped posting links to the blog on Facebook because the link algorithm there is broken. It won't let me choose a pic. So we just post here and hope our friends will stop by to take a look. Glad you liked that iridescent reflection pic up top. It was a beautiful moment.
Peter-- Thank you so much!
Very nice photos! You are really aware of the sky now. That is pretty cool. You even have me looking up more often.
Pat-- I love the interaction of light and water droplets in the atmosphere. It is endlessly beautiful and fascinating. I'm so glad you're looking up more often. The best part of the internet is sharing the beauty!