Friday, December 4, 2020

December Sky Moods #SkywatchFriday

How can a sky change so much over 24 hours?

Observe Wednesday and Thursday somewhere in New York State.

Wednesday, we started with snow. 

We end in total gloom.  That's how our skies look much of the time at this time of year.

Thursday doesn't start much better.  I decided this one looked pretty nice in black and white.

But then, a minor miracle.

The skies start to clear.

Could it be?

Yes, we have blue skies!  And this big ball of bright light in the left center of the photo!

Sadly, it didn't last long.  Maybe better luck next time.

My dear readers, please stay safe.  Please don't engage in anything risky.  We will all get through this together.  

Joining up today with Yogi at #SkywatchFriday .


  1. You always have such nice photos. I love the bare trees against the sky in the black and white one.

  2. I'm always amazed by how quickly the skies can change. Funny, we have opposite "problems". I have boring blue skies in my area and get excited whenever we finally see clouds!

  3. It's funny how we can attach emotions to the sky, but I looked at that first picture and thought "now that's a moody sky."

  4. ...yep, that's what we have had recently.

  5. I love your Skywatch Fridays! Trees and lots and lots of sky. What could be more beautiful?!
    The sun is making a rare and beautiful appearance here today. It's all good!

  6. It's nice when the sky clears up. We appreciate that more when it's less frequent.

  7. We'll see what comes your way this weekend. (We are due to have terrible storms- maybe even snow.)

  8. It's amazing how the weather can change in a day, or sometimes during the day!!

  9. Great photos! I especially like the black and white.
    Have a blessed day!


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