Thursday, July 18, 2013

Yesterday's Clouds

I am fascinated by clouds.  So yesterday afternoon, I headed out with my camera and decided to see if I could 'capture' a few shots of those fantastic formations.

My Grandmother used to tell me as a child...when I complained about being bored, that I should watch the clouds.  Of course, that was providing that there were clouds.
I have always found the sky interesting.
Well, of course not so interesting when it is all blue or all grey.

Different kinds of clouds make the sky worth paying attention to.

Sometimes I just like to watch the clouds and see what interesting shape they take up.

Today's duties will include picking black caps or black berries.  I never can keep them straight.
They are in abundance this year.
Keeping the gnats and misquitoes at bay are a part of the berry picking.  But I'd like to freeze some for eating this winter.
Nothing more delicious than black berries when it is below zero and snowing, right?

1 comment:

The Three Muleteers said...

Those clouds are beautiful!

I always love learning about the different pace of growth in far away parts of the world. Our blackberries will not be ready for at least another 6-8 weeks and yet your snow disappeared later than ours. Fascinating!

Have a lovely weekend :-)