Thursday, October 14, 2010

Sky Watch Friday



I couldn't believe the skies when I walked out of school tonight - and to make it worse I had no camera! All the way home (a 30 minute drive) I kept looking at the sky and hoping the clouds and sun would remain intact. Of course they don't - but I got a few interesting shots.






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14 comments:

Lorac said...

Still intriguing skies!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, these are lovely, Bev! Love the cloud patterns! Reminds me of some that we've had recently. It seems as though the very time that I don't have my camera is the very time the beautiful shots are there!!! I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

LV said...

You did just fine. Al the different cloud formations are great.

chubskulit said...

Great sky watch shots!

Sky Watch at my page.

Trish ~ ♥ ~ said...

you captured beauitful skies, the clouds have created wonderful shapes

Kay L. Davies said...

Yes, if these are what was left when the beautiful skies were gone, what must the sky have been like when you left school 30 minutes earlier?
I never have my camera with me when I need it, no matter how often I remind myself to take it.

Kay, Alberta

Kim, USA said...

The floppy clouds looks like the skin of an alligator. Great capture!
Sky Reflection

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

wow! These are great, don't you hate it when you haven't got your camera with you .

Gramma Ann said...

I like the many different cloud formations. The middle one looks like some moody storm clouds brewing. Lovely pictures of the clouds, I like them.

BraCom (Bram) said...

these are lovely, Love the cloud patterns.

I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

jabblog said...

Wonderful shots. Clouds are always so interesting, changing shape as they move across the sky.

Carol said...

Nice shots, these clouds are beautiful. Also like your multitude of artists.

nanny said...

Doesn't that make you mad when you don't have your camera? I try (try) to remember to put it in the car everyday!!! If I don't something great will appear/ha
You still got some great shots!

Shirley said...

Another blogger posted similar skies for Skywatch Friday and said a teacher of hers, many years ago, had taken the time to educate her on this cloud formation which he called "mackerel skies". I'd never heard of this term before but now when I see them, I'll be sure to remember "mackerel skies".