Friday, May 20, 2022

All In A Day's Sky Work #SkywatchFriday

Last Sunday gave us some amazing sky contrasts with stormy weather where I live in the Southern Tier of New York.

Rain was threatening, so we went to a local park for some walking in the afternoon.

This doesn't look too good, does it, although you can see a patch of sunshine on the hill in the extreme right.

You can see rain in the distance right above the indentation in the hill in the bottom center.

Yet, in another direction, the clouds are so puffy.

But back to the ongoing storm.  Maybe we'd better call it quits and head home.

Around sunset, I decided to see what the sky looked like.  You can see why it's called the Blue Hour.

The sky still seems a tad grouchy.  No big post sunset show tonight.
It's all in a day's sky work.

Now, to all, a good night.

Joining Yogi and other skywatchers this Friday for #SkywatchFriday.


  1. ...the sky is an ever changing source of beauty.

  2. Hi Alana - we've had stormy weather too ... sky-life is life isn't it ... have a peaceful and lovely weekend - cheers Hilary

  3. Absolutely beautiful! LOVE the storm!

  4. Absolutely gorgeous, alana. I left Rochester til Aug but the clouds are amazing in that part of country. Carol C

  5. It's hard to believe how many moods a sky can have. Even the menacing ones are beautiful in their own way.

  6. I love those first two! Very pretty. Hey! I was able to reply to a comment on my blog today, without having to approve it! Things are looking up! Have a great weekend.

  7. Beautiful skies. I love the variety!!

  8. Lovely series of sky shots ~ gorgeous atmospheric colors ~ Xo

    Wishing you good health, laughter, and love,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  9. It been rainy and cloudy here in North Idaho.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

  10. Loved all the pictures they are simply awesome, i enjoy watching the sky in the early hours while i walk. Its always beautiful.


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