Monday, November 30, 2020

End of November Photos

 I have been forgetting to post some of what we've been seeing here in our beautiful skies. Here are some sun and moon rises, cloud formations and my active imagination in the month of November.






My imagination sees a whale spray

My imagination sees a Griffin



37 comments:

  1. You've seen a lot more blue sky than we have lately, so thanks for sending some our way. I love that misty view with the cattle grazing, so peaceful.

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    1. John-- Always glad to share our blue skies and misty views of cattle grazing.

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  2. Beautiful sky photos, like the sunset colours

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  3. Or SuperDog with a cape on!

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  4. Definitely a griffin. Your November was much sunnier than ours.

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    1. Sabine-- I'm so glad you see the griffin. It's been quite a time of seeing things in the clouds.

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  5. Our beautiful expressive sky. Love the "sacred cow" scene, the whale, the griffin.

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    1. am-- I love the idea of "expressive sky." Perfect. Thank you.

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  6. They say watching cows graze will lower your blood pressure. Felt mine take a dip just now.
    Also loved that moon. Had to look up griffin.

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    1. Patti-- I didn't know that about cows. No wonder my blood pressure is pretty good. I "moo" to them all the time. So glad you liked the moon.

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  7. the sky is an ever changing work of art.

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    1. Dr Michelle-- I was wondering when I posted these photos if it would remind you of Australia. Yes! I am so glad.

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  9. Used to keep my kids amused by looking at clouds. I still look at cloud shapes.

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    1. Red-- I love that you showed your kids shapes in the clouds. I hope they're still looking up too.

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  10. I saw the griffin (or was it the Kraken? :^D) And I love that photo of the cattle. My "savannah" was full of cattle this afternoon, too. Or as Montana Mike calls 'em, "steak on the hoof".

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    1. Catalyst-- I love that you saw the griffin too. It's so much fun to look for things in the clouds. Glad you like the cow photo.

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  11. The first photo made my heart flip. BEAUTIFUL! I also like the moon resting on a shelf of pink cloud. You have wonderful skies for sure.
    The griffin is passant!
    Why don't you try calling the cows the next time you see them?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNBVywLvu7k

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    1. CCorax-- I'm so glad you liked that first photo and the moon pic. Thank you for that.
      I've watched that woman call to the cow video and loved it. We always moo our hellos.

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  12. They are all so beautiful, but that moon! It strikes a chord.

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    1. Colette-- I'm so glad you liked them. Thank you for that.

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  13. I love the photo with the cows standing in the misty field!

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    1. Steve-- I'm so glad you liked that photo. Thank you.

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  14. I was going to write what Steve wrote! All of the photos are lovely and I have to study each one carefully! Thanks!

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  15. Those were fun to look at! In the first one, my imagination sees a beaver standing on a log. In the Griffin one, i see wolves. That was nice. Thank you.

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    1. Richard-- Thank you so much for sharing what you see. I appreciate that. And thank you for stopping by and commenting.

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    2. Richard-- I just realized that you were talking about the first photo of the batch. Roger and I just looked and we see the beaver too. Thank you so much for that!

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  16. Those end of November shots were beautiful to see, Robin. So glad the skies are clear again and you can get out to capture some of nature's beauty and share with us.

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    1. Beatrice-- I'm so glad you like these photos. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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  17. The photos are beautiful! I think I can see the griffin. Those sky pictures are such lovely shots!

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    1. oldwhitelady-- I am so glad you like these photos. Thank you for your kind words.

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  18. We had an especially sky here today. Because i don't understand, or see the sky differently, i did not take pictures.
    Thank you.
    I will tell you that we are suffering.

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    1. Richard-- I hope you will take pictures of your skies. Have you ever checked out the website: The Cloud Appreciation Society? It's very inspiring.
      Yes, we are all suffering. Take care and thank you for stopping by.

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