Friday, 23 October 2009

Skywatch Friday - Cloudy Skies



The skies around these parts have been rather gloomy, this last week or so. Sort of matched my mood..

Makes for interesting clouds though !!!

Anyway, I am now back. Thank you to those who emailed me wondering where I was. Sorry I did not get back to you, but I was dealing with my own illness (freakin' pig flu) and the serious illness of my beloved fur baby, Meesha, who passed away last Monday.

Next week I'll post some photos I took, early morning, of the balloons at the Great Reno Balloon Race.




Go to SKYWATCH for views of the sky from all over the world !

20 comments:

Louise said...

Yes, interesting clouds. And lovely colors to go along with them!

P-TER said...

Beautiful clouds!
just like te oictures!
Gr.
P-TER

Dewdrop said...

Great colors. Lovely!

SquirrelQueen said...

Beautiful skies and autumn colors, that is a gorgeous view.

Sorry to hear about the loss of your Meesha.

Through Squirrel Eyes

Carol said...

Great photos...beautiful fall foliage...so sorry about Meesha...

Pietro said...

Two interesting views, Karen. I like both the little houses of the first image and the modern buildings of the second one against the clody sky.
Happy weekend!

Carletta said...

Hi Karen,
These are beautiful shots!
The red tree in each shot seems to anchor the images. I love that last one with the wide expanse of blue on the building mimicing the sky.
So sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved pet Meesha. Take good care.
I am glad to see you back.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Karen: Glad you are feeling better, flu is awful. They have run out of regular flu vaccine here. We have been fighting these grey skies alwful but your photos came out nicely.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

The gloominess shared by many countries Karen. Needless, they're lovely photos.

Been a long time, I haven't visited you.

Ebie said...

Karen, welcome back!

Beautiful foliage and clouds for a welcome post!

So sorry to hear about your flu and your Meesha.

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