Friday, May 19, 2017

Clouds from Both Sides Now #SkywatchFriday

Monday, I was walking, and saw the sun shining through some clouds.  The reflection of the sun on the clouds in the first photo is what caught my eye.

I decided to take pictures of that sky from different angles.
And another one from around the same angle as the first but a minute or two later.
How interesting what a difference several seconds makes.

Welcome to Skywatch Friday, where photographers from all over the world post pictures of the sky.  Come join us in our skywatching - it's fun!

14 comments:

  1. Beautiful cloud formations.

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  2. Wow, yeah, it changes so quickly sometimes

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  3. The most interesting sky I saw recently was while driving home from a Phillies baseball game. The sky had a panoply of colors. Unfortunately, there was no place to stop to record the view. It's amazing what sorts of landscapes our skies provide.

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  4. Very nice! Love the clouds.... and you are right, the sky changes so fast!

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  5. And all three are lovely cloud shots...

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  6. Beautiful sky shots, and I like the song reference!

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  7. Sometimes I find myself standing out on my deck just looking at the sky, watching it change, and smiling. There's just something about the sky . . .

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  8. I love taking photos of clouds and I've always loved finding fun shapes in them too.

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  9. Oh what beautiful sky shots! I should join the sky watch!!!!

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  10. I wish could get photos up. This late afternoon clouds came in.
    Coffee is on

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  11. Those clouds are pretty - I love skies like this.

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  12. Great shots! And your title has me hearing the song!

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