The Story of a Cloud

This story of my mothership cloud has drama and intrigue, mesmerizing characters, inviting settings, and a tension-building plot line!  Okay, maybe not, but it was a beautiful developing cloud formation just the same.  Sounds like I am ready for class!

This is either Tatoine’s moons or double-paned glass on my window.

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33 Responses to The Story of a Cloud

  1. Dounia says:

    Beautiful! That’s a very cool looking cloud formation – thanks for sharing!

  2. So beautiful! The moon was particularly bright and seemed so close to us the other night, and all I could think was “why haven’t I bought the Cannon Rebel of my dreams??” and then I remembered why, my bank account wouldn’t let me! LOL

  3. dorannrule says:

    A grand trip through space! A grand sequence in the life and death of a mothershiip cloud. A grand photographer.

  4. Wow! Gorgeous photos. Love the double moon.

  5. reinkat says:

    Beautiful! I love the two moons–especially after reading a novel that featured 2 moons in an alternate world . . . and the pink one above it is gorgeous, too! those are the neatest clouds.

  6. SR says:

    You out did yourself on this one, and that is hard for you to do, as you always do so great! God Bless, SR

  7. gingerbreadcafe says:

    Lovely pictures, the top clouds almost seem solid like a sculpture.

  8. Gabriel | 加百利 says:

    wonderful story with beautiful photographs ! :–)

  9. that was a nice and quick story! 🙂

  10. I miss the southwest and what her sky is like we get lots of puffy pretty white clouds here 🙂

  11. Stunning, absolutely stunning…

  12. Lindy Lee says:

    Holy Cloud, Batman! You’re good; you’re really, really good…

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