Thursday, 18 June 2020

Clouds



If there is one thing I could always be sure of during this lock down it was seeing a blue sky and clouds. Taking photos of clouds is rewarding with the wonderful shapes you can see.






Sort of cuttlefish or may be some one running fast






 not sure but  vapour of a plane wing. Might be stretching that one





Above back to the cuttlefish or was it a dolphin.

Missed the plane that left this one






Going with a humming bird

A feather floating in the sky
And out little feathered friend on next doors roof
Happy Skywatch

20 comments:

  1. They are all beautiful. That first one reminds me of a whale with it's mouth open!

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  2. A delightfully imaginative collection here Spud. As a child I frequently enjoyed laying on the ground looking up at clouds and making all sorts of shapes from them - thanks for reviving those memories!

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    1. I won't be lying on the ground at the moment as it's raining here

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  3. Good imagination when looking at the clouds.

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  4. Lovely! Great to see you let your imagination run riot! :)

    Cheers,
    Esha
    https://mysoultalks.com/2020/06/19/sky-moods/

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  5. I can do that at the moment no problem

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  6. I love seeing your skies there.

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    1. I doubt they are much different to yours ATM

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  7. I spend much more time looking at the clouds these days.

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  8. Lovely summer clouds :)))))

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    1. They are though not so nice over the last few days

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  9. Some of the shapes almost look like ghosts floating along.

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  10. It's fun watching the clouds. We are under a jet path from Dulles Airport to points west, so when the weather is a certain way, we see a lot of contrails.

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  11. I do the same thing. I look up and declare what the cloud formations look like. I think the first one looks like a whale or a dolphin. Happy first day of summer.

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  12. It's always enjoyable watching cloud formations, Billy. Several of those in this post reminded me of a ghost. Happy summer to you and lots of cloud watching days as well.

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