A Photo a Week Challenge: Clouds

A 360-degree sunset above the Housatonic River in Connecticut. If you stood on the dock and turned slowly in a circle, there would be a different color and formation of clouds in each bit of turning. I’ve never seen a sky like that before.

And then, there were clouds over the mountains in Arizona … and the mountains in Maine and Vermont. And sometimes, over the shore on Cape Cod, Massachusetts and Ogunquit, Maine.

Sunset through clouds on the road home in Massachusetts – February
On the Housatonic River in Connecticut – September
In Jackman, Maine – October
Rockport, Massachusetts – July
Ogunquit, Maine – September
The desert near Phoenix, Arizona – January
Photo: Garry Armstrong – Housatonic River marina with reflections – September
Photo: Garry Armstrong – Housatonic River – September
Photo: Garry Armstrong: Route 146 crossing Chocolog Road in Uxbridge. Golden trees in a February sunset
A strange golden sunset on the way home in Uxbridge – February
Photo: Garry Armstrong – Attean View, Jackman, Maine – October
Sunset over the Phoenix mountains, Arizona – January

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all plus a big helping of cynicism.

17 thoughts on “I’VE LOOKED AT CLOUDS FROM BOTH SIDES NOW – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. Glorious & Beautiful. The pictures, scenery and music.
      Just makes you smile — in appreciation of the beauty. Makes me want to break out in song (Not to worry, I won’t) — “O, Beautiful for spacious skies..”; “Sunrise! Sunset!”, “Lavender Blue”, “There’s A Goldmine In The Sky”, “Beyond the Blue Horizon”, “From Both Sides Now” and so many more – old and new. Thanks for this one. how ’bout a little stardust. Thinking of you, Hoagy.

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