Wednesday, July 03, 2019

Wordless Wednesday: Suburban Skies


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  1. And all the people that come and go stop and say hello.
    So "Hello".

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    1. John-- Thank you for reminding me of Penny Lane. I knew Suburban Skies was familiar but I couldn't remember why. Hello!

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  2. Now I do like that sky, it speaks a warm day not too hot.

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  3. John beat me to "Penny Lane"!
    We had lovely cloud action yesterday as well, although different cloud formations. But it's nice to think that both coasts showed glorious sights to those who looked up.
    If I am able to post this successfully, it's because I turned off private mode in Firefox.

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    1. CCorax-- I love the Penny Lane connection! And I truly love that you can post a comment here again. Yay! So glad you had beautiful skies there too.

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  4. Looks a lot like my sky from the porch hammock. Don't even have to crane my neck. In today's world, it is a comforting sight.

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    1. Patti-- Oh my neck definitely pays the price for my cloud and sky obsessions. It is such a comforting sight.

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  5. When the sunrise was pink (but I'm nestled in trees so I couldn't see clouds) I woke and wondered if someone was capturing this view, wherever it might be. I love the sunshine and clouds you're sharing. For now, complete overcast, which may give showers, or not.

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    1. Barbara-- When the sky looks like this I have to run outside. I love the ephemeral beauty.

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  6. dreamy clouds and fabulous blue!

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  7. Those puffy white clouds against the blue sky ... who could come up with a better color combination?

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    1. Mark-- It was a lovely cloud formation against such a blue blue sky.

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    1. Steve-- It really was. We're back to foggy gray days now.

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