Friday, June 1, 2018

Grancy Greybeard Skies #SkywatchFriday

Views of the sky on two consecutive days in downtown Binghamton, New York.

Threatening skies May 30, downtown.

On May 31, the sky was overcast, but I was inspired by the courthouse's Fringe tree (aka "Grancy Greybeard") and the sky.  I decided to take a picture showing both.  The tree is actually small, but this angle makes it look larger taken against the 10 story building across the street and directly to its right.

Ah, the end of May.  The year almost half over. Where has time gone?

Join Yogi and other bloggers who watch the sky each Friday at #SkywatchFriday.

8 comments:

  1. Our skies simply turned such a dark grey it was almost black- and then turned on the faucets and the fireworks. Leaving new rivers to be explored.

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  2. Time has flown, hasn't it? Next thing you know, we'll be lamenting the end of summer.

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  3. I like the photo of the tree in bloom and the courthouse and old building in the background. Cool perspective!!

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  4. Tree is absolutely gorgeous! Thank you for sharing. I have one in my yard that I planted 3 yrs. ago, but it's really growing slow. This year I only saw two blooms. :( Have a great weekend.

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  5. Sometimes the angry skies are the prettiest. Clouds can make such beautiful art.

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  6. Spring weather is so unpredictable. - Margy

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  7. That first photo is wonderful!
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  8. Lovely skies and I like the photo of the tree against the building and the sky above. Just lovely!

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