Looking up

Bows and flows of angel hair and ice cream castles in the air, and feather canyons everywhere, I’ve looked at clouds that way.  Joni Mitchell, “Both Sides Now”

I am short of words this week but filled with images of clouds.  I thought I would try the new photo carousel in WP.  Enjoy.

For a true devotee of clouds, visit the 365 Days of Clouds site

All images of “Looking Up” ©2011 Lynn Emberg Purse, All Rights Reserved. Please do not reblog.

19 thoughts on “Looking up

  1. You have added some exquisite cloud formations
    here my friend and thank you for sharing your artistry
    from behind the lens… Have a fine Tuesday…

    Androgoth

    • Thanks, Paul. The trusty iPhone helped me capture these while stuck in traffic, walking the dog, coming out of the grocery store, and driving through the park. Some things are worth pulling over to the side of the road for!

  2. Outstanding images. I’m not a photographer, but I love a good photo …. and yes, I find sky images as powerful. Maybe I see it as a look at the heavens. BTW – Winter Sunset is my favorite here.

    Thanks for visiting my blog earlier this evening. More importantly, Happy Thanksgiving. … and I will return. 🙂

    • Thanks, Tinkerbell. I have always loved that song by Joni Mitchell. After I made the response to Elizabeth’s comments, I remembered that I wrote a song, entitled “Free” with a similar lyric in it many years ago -“How I’d love to touch the sky and sail into the clouds . . .” I guess some things never change 🙂

  3. Cloud watching can be addictive, but In Pennsylvania, you have to on top of a hill to see them! Most of these were taken with my iPhone while walking my dog, plenty of hills around here. Sometimes I feel like I could just keep walking into the sky . . .

  4. Spectacular! Aren’t clouds and skyscapes mind-blowing? A few years ago, I was painting a room for my sister-in-law with a mural of a cloud-filled sky. We both spent weeks looking up, noticing as we never had before, snapping pics. It was magical.

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