Swirling Sky

I've been fascinated by the sky since I was a wee one.  Although I prefer night skies (the stars are my guiding light), any sky will hold my interest.  I am proudly one of those people who even at 42 still looks at clouds searching for animals and shapes.  If you don't, you should try it.  You'd be amazing at what you find.I took this particular photo because I was intrigued by the crisp white clouds being threatened by impending storm clouds.  Any comments or feedback are welcomed! ...more

Photo Friday: Sky

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a bird AND a plane! While this may not be the most interesting sky photo in terms of cloud formations and so on, for whatever reason it pleased me to have captured both the bird and the plane in the same frame, so I thought I'd share it for Photo Friday. ...more

Travel Theme: Sky

Rusha SamsOh, the Places We Seehttp://ohtheplaceswesee.comAutumn skies can be seen anywhere.  Keep your camera or iPhone handy! http://ohtheplaceswesee.com/2013/11/30/travel-theme-sky/...more

The Sky is Our Ocean

When I moved to the Mid-West I left my ocean behind.  I had to find a new view to contemplate and draw ideas from.The sky in the Mid-West is endless.  It changes everyday and sometimes by the minute.  Storms fascinate me here and the fear I had of lightning has subsided.  Although, I do fear tornadoes, and fortunately have not seen one and only spent time in the basement once in five years....more

If You Look

My grandma always said, “Remember to look at the clouds,” then she’d wave her hand, shake her head and make a contented sound. I understood her, she meant for me to stay aware of the possibilities from my own point of view. And so it was that I saw this magnificent hat on my way to a meeting shortly after finding out that Betty was gone. Still. Magic....more

(Nearly) Wordless Wednesday

On my grandpa's farm, December 28th....more