Friday, December 28, 2018

Mild #SkywatchFriday

Friday, December 21 at noontime in downtown Binghamton, New York.  Fall was giving way to winter.  It was mild.

I left my office building and was amazed at the cloud show that awaited me as I walked towards a historic office building to listen to some caroling.

Broome County Courthouse, silhouetted against the sky.

A slightly different angle.
To the left, the old city hall.  I used to work, many many years ago, in the red and white brick building directly to its right.  I don't know what is in there now.

And that evening, after taking a short after-work walk...the sunset.

What a way to start winter.  Now that it's winter, it's raining.  Go figure.

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

Happy New Year (almost) to my fellow sky watchers.


  1. Lovely pictures! The ones of the sky are truly stunning :-)

  2. Wow! It took 7 days to "develop" these digital photographs. I look forward to your pictures of these areas devoured by snow as it arrives to your neck of the woods shortly.

  3. Amazing sky. It looks like cottage cheese to me!
    Rain?! I can't even imagine! :)

  4. Love those 'cotton ball' clouds!

  5. Not surprised that with those beautiful clouds you ended up with some precipitation, although I would have guessed snow.

  6. Pretty clouds and sky shots. Have a very Happy New Year!!

  7. Clouds though the window is awsome.
    Coffee is on

  8. This winter has been so weird. It's been 60 degrees and raining in Atlanta in December.

  9. Pretty fluffy clouds. They seem like happy little clouds, like Bob Ross would paint.

  10. OMC! You would have had a picnic watching the NYC sky the other night when a ConEd transformer exploded in Astoria, Queens. If you have time Google it. It was spectacular.


Thank you for visiting! Your comments mean a lot to me, and I appreciate each one. These comments are moderated, so they may not post for several hours. If you are spam, you will find your comments in my compost heap, where they will finally serve a good purpose.