Thursday, May 28, 2009

Sky Watch Friday - Blue, gray & white

Southeast, afternoon clouds, May 23

West, clouds and contrails at dusk, May 23

Clouds at dusk, May 24

Patch of blue to the south, May 28

Storm to the north, May 28

19 comments:

James said...

Great looking skies Lew. I finally moved to Newtown Pennsylvania and started a new blog. Stop by if you get a chance.

Have a great weekend.

marites1034 said...

fascinating sky formations..they look stunning and beautiful.

Calm Energy said...

Love the transitions... Wow... the last photo of the storm ... so intense! ~Maria

Tootie said...

You had some very nice skies. :-)

Sally in WA said...

Great skies, Lew. I wish I knew what it was about contrails that fascinate me so.

Barb said...

Looks as though you've had some rain, Lew. I like the differing cloud formations.

Guy D said...

Excellent skywatch pics as always Lew.....

Have a great weekend
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Sylvia K said...

Marvelous shots, as always Lew! Beautiful colors, lovely clouds! Have a great weekend!

nature ramblings said...

Wonderful sky shot Lew, these are what Sky Watch Friday is all about. Thanks for sharing your wonderful stormy skies!!

Dina said...

Hi Lew. Nice wide-open skies you have.
I've been enjoying your Colorado pictures. Nice memories of my first big road trip as a kid, to Denver and the Rockies.
Shalom to you.

Babooshka said...

Clouds at dusk really grabbed me. Such an atmospheric image.

Sanna said...

Stormy skies are breathtaking. =)

Jack and Joann said...

You are methodical---each sky photo has a date!

RuneE said...

Somehow, that second picture gave me a feeling of being in plane and looking DOWN on snow with the trail of a skier.

erin said...

lovely series of sky captures...enjoyed each and every one.
have a wonderful weekend lew.

Debbie @Like a Rose said...

Each a beautiful and unique sky!

Carol said...

Beautiful skies...I like the dusk photos...

Arija said...

Great sky shots all, I love the purply one on the 24th.

Rajesh said...

Amazing snaps of the sky.