Monday, August 24, 2009

Clouds..and more

Today was one of those days when I was glad I had my camera with me. It began when I spotted the clouds over Granite Mountain.

From there it was just one shot after another of this near perfect blue sky day with clouds and even occasional raindrops.


That's a bit of Willow Lake in the lower left of the photo above.



The only way I can imagine would be better than watching these clouds from the ground would be as a bird on high soaring among them.

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12 comments:

  1. These are gorgeous clouds.
    I have so many sky shots stored on my computer that it's ridiculous. They are addictive :)

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  2. Yes, they certainly are. The treat today was getting the shot of that hawk...if that's what it was.

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  3. Great cloud shots with lots of interesting imaginary shapes as well.

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  4. Yes, I saw many forms in the clouds today.

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  5. Bah -- great big, fluffy, beautiful and TOTALLY USELESS clouds. Where's our summer rain?

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  6. Really like that first pic with granite mountain! And nice catch on the bird, those suckers are hard to keep in your sights while clicking away!

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  7. It still looked better with the naked eye than through the camera. And yes, I didn't even know if I had the bird until I got home and put the pix through the computer. It came a lot lower and closer but I was fumbling with the camera so it was a lucky shot.

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  8. Lovely clouds! I can see a dog & a dragon, & some other forms too!

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  9. Meggie, I think your eye is better than mine!

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  10. This is not good when I fall this far behind on your blog...I ask for pretty pictures, you take them....then I am a no show. I bad girl.

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  11. M.I. - Y'know, there are sometimes things more important than reading my blog!

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