My Head in the Clouds

I’ve been paying more attention to clouds, lately.  You could say I’ve had my head in the clouds.  With clouds you can’t say, “you’ve see one; you’ve seen them all.”  The shape and texture of one is so different than that of another.  Even the same cloud can change significantly if you watch it long enough.  How they look is different depending on whether you see them from above, below, or even eye-level.  Do you remember as a child, laying in the grass and watching the clouds move and change and float in the sky?  Did you see faces or animals in them?  You can go there anytime, you know.  Really.  Here’s some of my clouds.

Cloud Phields

Cloud Phields

Cloud Phields

Cloud Phields

Cloud Phields

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  • November 2, 2011 - 10:39 pm

    Faith - Wow! Just wow! (And love the blog. Is it new?)ReplyCancel

  • November 3, 2011 - 12:18 am

    admin - Thanx Faith. And yes, the blog is pretty new.ReplyCancel

  • November 3, 2011 - 6:47 am

    Olivia Marr - This is beautiful — a blog entry about clouds with your awesome photos and what a surprise & bonus to see my sweet Gracie’s face as well — I love clouds too. Do you like Chaka’s song about them? Clouds! Different shapes and sizes, high and low horizons… Listening to it always puts pep in my step :) and it’s fun to see Nora’s hips sway to the beat when I’m playing it while walking the dogs, LOL. I look forward to reading more entries complete with illustrations from the phields :) hee hee, but seriously!!ReplyCancel

  • August 17, 2012 - 10:25 pm

    Miriam - Olivia, I’m so impressed that you not only know this rather obscure Chaka Khan song, Clouds, but also know the lyrics. Chaka’s number one fan, Kelley, is giving you the virtual fist bump.ReplyCancel

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