Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Almost Wordless Wednesday: Tuesday's Sky

We're expecting big rains over the next few days. Tuesday's sky told us this story.




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  1. Oh, what gorgeous sky scapes, Robin. I really lime the composition of mostly sky, minimal landscape. Great eye, lady.

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    1. isabelita-- Thank you so much for your kind words.

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  2. Enjoying seeing such interesting skies this morning. Our forecast promises that for the next few days it will be like, as Bill Bryson describes it, living inside some Tupperware.

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    1. John-- I think we're about to join you in the Tupperware container.

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  3. I love those skys, we had the rain overnight and frost again this morning

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    1. Bill-- I was so happy to finally see some light and beauty in the skies here. It had been a while.

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  4. Gorgeous skies. Too often, living in the foothills of the Oregon Coast Range, our skies turn gray when storms approach. We have to get out in the main valley to see the big skies.

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    1. Rain-- Sometimes I wish I lived on the top of a mountain so I could see forever in every direction.

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    2. me too. I grew up on one and miss it. We get some of it in Tucson as our house there is on a ridge and it does look over the valley. My favorite mountain would be more remote though ;)

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    3. Rain-- I think I would even be happy with a tall tower on our roof, especially if I could see the two miles to the ocean. Maybe someday...

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  5. Beautiful skies! I guess some rain is probably welcome in your area after those fires.

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    1. Steve-- We love the clouds and rain. It's good for everything (in moderation, of course!). The skies between storms are some of my favorites.

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  6. Ooh ooh, I really liked that last one though all were great.

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    1. Patti-- I was so happy I saw the reflection of the halo in the lake. Glad you liked that photo, me too!

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  7. You have a real gift for capturing clouds. I pay more attention to the sky now, because I read your blog.

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    1. Colette- I'm so glad you are looking up and enjoying our beautiful skies. I don't know why I fell in love with sky, but I did.

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  8. So gorgeous, hope your health has improved.

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    1. Sabine-- I'm feeling much better, not 100% but close enough. Thank you for checking in.

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  9. Father sky. Mother earth. So beautifully honored in your photos.

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  10. Nice! Especially the first shot. All we've had lately is gray.

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    1. Mark-- Glad you liked that photo. It was a grand sunrise. Hope you get some clear skies soon!

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  11. Beautiful photos Robin!
    A big view is an amazing thing.

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