Garden in the subtropics;
Currumbin Valley; Queensland, Australia
Trudi, that Snowfield is amazing. I've never seen anything like it before.
I agree on the snowfield. All are examples of the beauty above us.Donna
Trudi that was wonderful .. I never stop watching the sky and for those golden opportunities to capture some of it in pictures.That was super !!
Every cloud does have a silver lining ( and a little pixie dust, too).
Or "crochet lace", "sea waves", "my meringue" and "trees being covered in grey"
The snowfield one is very odd - it looks very solid and real - like the picture is upside down!
my gosh...what an amazing array of cloud captures in your world. that snowfield...WOWhave a wonderful weekend.
a wonderful collection of sky pictures!
Love the third one!! Looks like a ski slope! Well done!
I like both the scattered and the fluffy clouds.Sydney - City and Suburbs
These are lovely..all. You've got the day and I've got the end of it-
Love your descriptions. Great shots too.
I love your descriptions -- they're perfect!! I always enjoy your Skywatch pictures.
You're garden sees a bit of everything in the sky. Nice captures.
Beautiful skies. Great shot!
Very fine images with good descriptions! Lovely the snowfield!
each photo is wonderful. Amazing what goes on in the sky!ponstyr
Your titles are great.
I love that silver lining!
If we remember to look up, look up, we'll find just such beauties as you have photographed.Have you seen the clouds in the Photo Gallery on the Cloud Appreciation Society website? Well worth a look......thousands of cloud photos from all over the world - there's even one of mine there....lol.
Fantastic designs by the cloud, like a snowfall.
All so different and spectacular!
Nice sky!My favorites, fairy dust and snowfieldHave a good week.
Oh my, these are a wonderful 'show' put on by the sky and clouds. Nice captures!
Your SkyWatch photos are fantastic but the third photo is spectacular.
I love the descriptions you named of each cloud. I must remember them for they do look as such.Ah, I see you love Campari on the rocks. Goodness me, I wish I can afford..I love Campari so much.That's the first wine I tasted when I was in Manila compliment by an Englishman. I never drank wine before until I had a sip of Campari.
Hello Trudi, those are amazing photographs, just fantastic! I find myself always looking up at the sky these days and seeing so much beauty up there, and then I come here and see more :)
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