Balcony Cloud View

Image

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The continuation of the

beautiful clear azure sky,

puffy and creamy clouds

reflected into windows.

The little “puffs” look

like Native American

smoke signals.

The purple strip with

bright pink edge reminds

me of layered distant

hills and plains.

photo by reocochran,

taken February 6, 2016.

imaginings by Robin.

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38 responses »

  1. Reading your comment above I should remark that my cousin lives near Cleveland. Her husband is a professor at the University. The clouds with their clotted cream and bruised grey palette are quite beautiful

    • I remember seeing another name to call you, dear. It escapes me now. Anyway, the clotted cream clouds is a perfect description and the bruised grey palette sounds so intriguing, it adds some pizazz to this! πŸ™‚
      I wish you and husband would head this way to see your cousin. It is a short 2 hours to my Mom’s senior apt building. There is a beautiful art museum, downtown galleries and shops. . . Osyth, this was nice to ponder and hope for tea and cakes (crumpets) with you. β™‘

      • I will make it to Ohio that’s for sure so let’s be certain to make time for tea (I’ll give you lots of warning) … My name is Fiona (Osyth is my middle name – there’s a story, of course) … Do feel free to use it πŸ™‚

  2. I see you are a skywatcher and admirer too, Robin. Love you photo and description. I often think what is written in the heavens might be heiroglyphics penned by the Lord. Love and hugs, N πŸ™‚ ❀

  3. I enjoyed reading your Poetic Panorama view Robin, you have done well in your interpretation of your visual image, thank you for sharing your Love of the Heavens, through your eyes.

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