Inspired by Frank at Dutch goes the Photo: Spread
Given the current pandemic, I thought it might be of interest to take a different approach to the theme of Spread… While the spread of a virus is not welcome, a nice dinner spread or bread spread or even bed spread might be appreciated!
I love this time of day…
…right before dark.
Even with clouds spread overhead…
…glimmers of light sift through.
I like to think of it as the blanket effect.
Comforting and safe underneath.
Inspired by Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Clouds
A walk on the beach this winter was well worth a look up…
…as an entire family of clouds floated by.
Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge: Clouds
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO (OR MORE) OF CLOUDS.
A parade of clouds and little puffs behind them they follow as their Mother.
I knew I was saving this photograph for a reason.
One day in June – that time in late Spring when you notice the landscape has totally changed from brown & white to color – I looked up. And paused from snapping photos of leaved out trees, budding flowers and soft no-longer-crunchy green grass. To catch this…
Waves of clouds.
Kind of like the ocean in the sky.
Clouds also brings to mind Joni Mitchell…and my favorite song from her album Clouds, which was released 50 years ago in 1969.
Both Sides, Now is that song…
Inspired by Citysonnet’s photo a day challenge. Prompt for today: Clouds
Nancy Merrill is hosting a photo challenge. The theme this week: A Photo a Week Challenge – On the Horizon
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO OF HORIZONS (PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, OR OTHERWISE).
Walking along the boardwalk one day in late October.
Late morning. Sun is shining. The beach is deserted.
Found a seat on an empty bench.
What a sight.
Banks of fluffy white clouds cushioning the horizon…
…where ocean meets the sky.