Thursday, August 13, 2009

Clouds come floating into my life

no longer to carry rain or storm

but to add color to my sunset sky.
~ Rabindranath Tagore
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17 comments:

Louise said...

They are beautiful, as is your attitude.

Photo Cache said...

Lovely sunset.

J Bar said...

Great cloud colour.
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Hildred and Charles said...

Oh I do love those colours, and the wispy grey clouds. Lovely shot.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

So colorful. The space between the clouds and earth is fabulous. Reminds me of Frank LLoyd's notion of compression and expansion.

So glad I stopped by!

Sally in WA said...

Very pretty. Love the colors that you've captured. Reminds me of a similar sky I shot a few weeks ago with storms surrounding us.

uberrhund said...

Lovely pink hued clouds. Thanks for sharing !

indicaspecies said...

That is lovely indeed. The quote is fabulous and I've posted the same quote in one of my previous skywatch posts.

Thank you for your kind visit to my blog and leaving behind a nice comment.

chrome3d said...

Very adorable tribute to these friendly clouds.

The Green Stone Woman said...

I like the sharp underside of the top one, as if someone cut it with a butter knife.

syel said...

lovely tint of colours!

Carol said...

Great sunset shots with beautiful color....the clouds in your first shot look like they are lit up!

Powell River Books said...

Clouds have such beautiful shapes and colours. I invite you to come see my "coming home" sunset. - Margy

Lorac said...

At least if we have to look at so much cloud, let it be like this! Have a good one!

Happily Retired Gal said...

Beautiful photos and lovely perspective! I admire your upbeat attitude ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Carroll Baker said...

Love the colors on your clouds!

VioletSky said...

Thank you all - I came upon this as I left the grocery store, and almost waited to get to a better location - glad I didn't as it was gone by then. A very brief glimpse of beauty.

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