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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Happy Anniversary Sky watch





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The weather forecast is wet wet wet. I looked up the sky yesterday afternoon. It was full of globs of clouds like cotton wool puffs. It looked like they were soaked with water ready to blast us with water bombs. Today, we have rain the whole day.

17 comments:

Mildred said...

The clouds look like what I refer to as cotton balls. I can't say that I have ever seen a sky quite like this Ann.

Have a nice weekend.

Ginny said...

We call this a buttermilk sky.

JO said...

cotton balls it is...

Thanks for visiting my blog!

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Very unusual effect. I've never heard of a buttermilk sky, have you?

Thanks for your comment. To answer your question, the building flaunts its original design. I image the insides are now quite updated. Kind of like an extreme wedding cake, don't you think?
Carolyn

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http://graceolsson.com/blog said...

Ann, the clouds are running to the infinte..congrats
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nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Hi Anne,

I recognise those clouds. thanks for leaving a comment on my blog, nice to meet you.

Indrani said...

Lovely buttermilk cloud shots. :)
Beautiful series.

Rajesh said...

Very beautiful view of the cloudy sky.

Barb said...

Hi Ann, It looks like a popcorn sky to me - I must be hungry!

Johnny Nutcase said...

what an awesome sky, love those clouds!

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I think I've seen clouds only like these while in an airplane.

George said...

These are fascinating clouds and you got wonderful pictures of them.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Wow spectacular sky!

Pete@HamiltonViews said...

Great cloud shots Ann :)
Cheers
Pete
www.hamilton-nz.blogspot.com

Felisol said...

Yes, you are right.Our cloudy skies look pretty much the same.
Maybe because I'm living on the coast, where the weather is changing all the time, I find cloudy skies more interesting.
Just now I wouldn't complain with just a few days of blue sky.
We've had 13,6 Celsius degree for a month...

Tammie said...

oh yes, these are wonderful clouds Ann.