Love your rain clouds. I could use some here, it is getting already hot and dry here.
Did you get any rain from those grey skies...they surely look full !Great shots.~Jo
the first one looks pretty moody. :)
Brooding skies Denise, did you receive a few drops though? Love the header, he's a sweetie.
Just like Rose, did you get sprinkles?My SkywatchHave a great weekend!
Looking like rain, which might be a wonderful thing depending on what part of the country you're in.
Lovely collection of skywatch shots. Did you have some rain yesterday? Have a great weekend, Denise!
Dramatic. And I agree with Arija - we could use some this way. It is too hot for the time of the year and drying off fast.
Striking pictures, Denise, somewhat similar to ours at this moment in time. Happy Friday.
i like the last one, with the tree top but all are lovely in their own way!!have a wonderful weekend!!
Your photographs reminds me that the sky is an amazing place. If you have flown higher than the highest clouds then you have been up there. I know the feeling of flying in propeller airplanes all the way across the Pacific Ocean and looking down to see a "V" shape miles away from a minuscule ship on the ocean. I liked the sound the propellers made and the reassurance the sounds were and at night you could see the fire shooting out of the engine exhaust. And sometimes flying through clouds so thick that it made me worry about flying into something in the next second. I wondered what the pilots thought when the only thing they could see was the engines on each side of the cockpit? I liked the clear blue sky the best.
These clouds were uncertain what they should do. Glad they started clearing instead of storming.
Great skies my friend.
Like to see the changeable clouds!
did it rain then.....Gill
Did those clouds give up the rain they seem to hold?Stewart M - Australia
Such lovely skies!
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