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I just love staring at the clouds. I think it's because I know that in time, I will lose the picture and it will never again be duplicated. I appreciate these unique moments in life. I think that's also why I love Jam Bands. Thanks for the posting E.
One could fall into them...
Beautiful pictures. Here, in northern Michigan, clouds of this type generally do mean rain. We could use a little now, but certainly not the need of your part of the country.
It's so wonderful to meet people who share my obsession. Clouds create these magnificent moments, like dance performances in the sky. Performances that can happen in a vacuum if no one notices.
Yep--I think I can smell those clouds too. And they smell good.;)
Fab clouds - did you get any rain yet? We had an awesome thunderstorm last night - sent the dogs running under the bed. That's extra funny considering they're not little dogs.Anyway, happy writing!
There are no prettier clouds than those against a blue Arizona sky. I visited your state recently and marveled at the white and blue above and the desert vistas of pinks and purples. Lovely to look at and lovely sparks for your writing, I hope.
Wow, you guys are really getting me to appreciate clouds more! My hubby will be thrilled. The pictures really are amazing Elizabeth, do you do photography professionally or as a hobby?Thanks for posting the picture up!
Anon, thanks for stopping by! No rain, Angie. Not since last week. But lots of clouds.And thank you Mai Wen! I'm so glad you and your hubby are enjoying these! Not a professional gig for me -- I'm strictly a writer and designer.
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