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I think your Squirrel might have landed on my head while I was giving myself a haircut, Hans. At least that’s the excuse I’ve been using.
My Covid Coif
Love your Bumps in the Road, Ruth, and the playful splatter in #218, Michael.
Hans, I had to smile just reading the title of your Sleeping Dog… before even seeing the image. So very funny!
I think this bunny was just waking up.
Ready To Hop To It
Hans, you caught that dog by the tail ~ lucky, indeed! And the luck continues for Arielko and Ruth too. And wow, Duncan! That is one beautiful diffraction!
Duncan, your skyful of bite-size Altocumulus looks delicious, as does your Layered Cake, Ruth.
And Gregory, what a treat you had to be right up there with the clouds. Hope you get to do it again soon.
Volume XII closed with some outstanding beauties—Patterns and Pretzels and Virga, oh my! As you’ve noted, Ruth, it’s hard to keep up. By the way, kudos to both you and Hans for recently featured gems on the Gallery. And thanks, Michael, for the new launch! Lost or not, I see we’re heading for another fine adventure together. Around every corner…
Surprises Await Us!
Lots of fun to enjoy here…
What a clever blue dog you have there, Arielko!
And gotta love that wild Billy and his great goat coat, Ruth and Hans!
This looks like someone who might be sharing the sea of sky pasture with our friend there.
Ruth, Puff and It’s Gone ~~ Yes, but it shall not be forgotten now that we can see it time and again thanks to your timely capture.
Michael, could your #216 be someone with their head in the clouds? A clever portrait! Also very drawn to #215 for its play of light and shadow.
And thanks, Hans! And I believe I can hear the sweet music of your Celestial Harp. And Let It Snow is a bright visual celebration on these hot summer days.
This one reminds me of a wave coming in on rain specked sand at the shoreline—with a Ruth title inspiration. ;)
Swoosh And It’s Gone
Wild Skies, indeed—from everyone here! Each leaving me to breathe in joy your various vistas.
Fields Of Wonder
Even an arachnophobe would find your Sky Spider something of a marvel not to be feared, Hans. And to be followed by another big heart from Arielko, well, that’s love for you! And Ruth, when your dog is ready to abandoned that comfy pillow, perhaps he’d like to go for a car ride with his head out the window?
Oh Boy! A Car Ride!
Thanks for sharing your very tasty bagel, Arielko. Your wit inspired the title below.
Parsley On A Plate
Thanks for the great launch, Michael, and I surely agree with Hans on #243 (near the end of Volume XX). What a splendid play of light and shadow. And #212 above really pops!
Hans, Between the Lines makes me smile. Those clouds look to be having fun gliding along at a good speed. And after seeing your beautiful Coral that closed volume XX, and your latest which reminds me of maybe an invasion of ocean jellies, I dove down into the archives here and discovered a photo from a couple of years ago. It was just a tiny bit of cloudy sky, and by the time I enlarged it to take a closer look, it too could have come from the sea.
Gregory, you are well on your way to catching your rainbow. That is a beautiful photo.
Ruth, I like your High Wire act. And thanks for help with Gallery navigation. I see a few newer gems from you there. Always a treat to find them shared with so many cloud lovers!
And Hans, the halos may be hiding lately, but of course the dogs come to your friendly call. ;)
Nesting In The High Branches
Congratulations, Gregory! May the all the stars — and, naturally, the clouds! ;) — align for you in your upcoming adventures and endeavors. You’ve captured that dissipating roll cloud in a most artistic and dramatic fashion. Here’s cheers to you and your future plans!
Up! Up, And Away!
A warm welcome to you, Arielko! You’ve a lovely heart there. And thank you for sharing it here. ;) Hope you’ll continue to join us on the CAS forum.
In the photo below, what first caught my eye was the 22˚ halo. But later, when I viewed the image on computer, the loosely-shaped heart cloud morphed into a little dog’s head and the wispy bit of cloud to the right became his wagging tale. Ah, the fun and fantasy of pareidolia!
Waiting For A Sundog To Come Out To Play
Wow, Michael, your last three are simply fabulous!
Looks like the clouds were up to some mischief in this bit of sky from last springtime…