Saturday clouds

Last Saturday I sat out on the deck watching the clouds.  We’ve had some interesting and wonderful cloud formations over the past few weeks.  I suppose there is some scientific explanation for it all, but I don’t know what it is.

Norm, over at Unmerited Gifts, has similar weather to what we have here in the Bogs (he usually sends his weather this way in the winter months, sharing the snow and cold from up north).  He was  drawn to photograph the clouds we’re seeing this season, too.  His post, Head in the Clouds, inspired me to post some of the photos I came up with while sitting on the deck on a Saturday afternoon.  I put mine in the form of a slide show just for fun (and to learn something new).

(042:  Saturday clouds.  Photos © 2009 by Robin)

A big thank you to Bo at Seeded Earth for helping me out with posting this as a slide show.

8 Comments on “Saturday clouds”

  1. Norm says:

    Wow! Thanks for the shout-out Robin.

    I love your shots and the effect of the slideshow – tres cool!! Gotta love technology!

    Yeah, we aren’t that far distant weather-wise. 200 miles maybe?? Now we’re enjoying some of your heat and humidity. (Bring it on!) 🙂

    • Robin says:

      You’re welcome, Norm. 🙂

      I’ll be happy to send you all of the heat and humidity. Well, maybe just some of the heat. You can have all of the humidity. 😉

  2. Marcie says:

    Fantatstic!! Love how you created thisslide show. The clouds are – indeed – quite spectacular!!!

  3. Anna Surface says:

    Love the cloud slideshow… very neat! I love cloudscapes. 🙂

  4. I think I saw a puppy in one of the clouds. Nice slide show.

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