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Thursday, July 9, 2009

SKYWATCH FRIDAY



7 AM THURSDAY: a bright white sun glaring behind dark clouds, casting doubt on what the day might be like - all I know about weather predictions is, 'a red sky at night.....'


As the hour passed, the dark clouds melted into the whiter stuff


Still, could not look into that white glare

but it glared into the picture windows of the megadorm it faced - a wake up call for the unprepared new student!

Hilly cumulus, solidly sitting, like islands in the sky, dominated the rest of the day.


6 comments:

  1. Lovely, lovely shots! Beautiful clouds and colors! Thanks for the beauty. Have a lovely weekend!

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  2. The weather was obviously having a hard time making up its mind!

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  3. I love clouds like that - they are so full of emotion!

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  4. Beautiful sky, I love how you follow as the hour progresses.

    I do hope you can post for the Farmers' Market Challenge, I would love to see your photos.

    Have a great day,
    Judy

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  5. I do like your islands in the sky, well done!

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  6. Lovely views of the sky ...

    Very cool reflections of the light..

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