Friday, March 13, 2009

Skywatch Friday

The skies have been interesting this week.



12 comments:

bookbabie said...

Fun captures of cloud formations. I remember lying in the grass as a child and looking for shapes in the clouds. Why don't we do that as adults?

Bronwynn said...

I think we stop doing it as adults becuase there's all these other things that we think are more important than stopping to smell the roses or what have you. Next time it's warm enough, I'm totally going to do that.
Love the cloud formation in the last shot

Mojo said...

Okay, is anybody else hearing Peter Paul and Mary singing "Puff the Magic Dragon"? 'cos I for sure am.

Then again, I'm old enough to remember Peter Paul and Mary so maybe it's just me.

Tarolino said...

There totally is a dragon there. Perhaps it is magic too. It does look like it could be called Puff.

About Luca (he is a male dog) I did play around with his photo a lot but then again I also did the same with Ljuba's photo. One being black and the other quite light the end result differed a lot.

About the snow. I whish it was gone but it is still lying heavy on the ground here so a bit hard to get other than snowy images yet over here :)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Your skies look so much like mine. LOL But at least most of the grungy snow is gone.

Maria said...

Please come over to my place, there's an award waiting for you!

Jenn Jilks said...

There is something fascinating about the sky, isn't there? Great shots.

Nature Rambler said...

First thing I thought of was a dragon in the last picture. I just love looking at the sky. Thanks for sharing and visiting my skywatch.

Inkivääri said...

You have had many kind of skies at this week - nice pics of them:)

Owlfarmer said...

One of the best things about Skywatch Friday is that I no longer feel like a nutcase for having taken so many sky pictures! You weather looks a bit like mine, skywise, but the temperature difference is probably significant. I do like the misty effect, Judy--and I'm actually jealous of all the interesting texture one gets in cold weather.

RuneE said...

As Tarolino says: It must be a drgon in that last one!

Carletta said...

As soon as I saw the last shot I thought Puff the Dragon too - Mojo was definitely right!
All nice shots though!

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