Monthly Archives: August 2010

What do “Frankfurters and Submarines” have in common?

The answer to the question is:  Cumulus . . .  Let me explain. +  +  + One evening last week, I was grilling some shrimp and fresh vegetables on the south side of the house, opposite the great panoramic view … Continue reading

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“2-Minute Recipe for a 2-Second Dragon”

Avid Cloudspotters will probably tell you that after some light-hearted steady experience scanning the heavens for faces, critters and all manner of figures, that one begins to develop a “Cloudy Intuition.” I’m a relative newcomer to this game, but my … Continue reading

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A “Santa Claus Eye” in the Summer Sky

Here’s a “two shot” that intrigued me. It was captured last weekend as part of another photographic-poetry project’s take. Once again, “probing the heavens” with a telephoto lens “bagged” what otherwise would have been missed by the naked eye. . … Continue reading

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“Let’s Welcome Jimi Hendrix to our Western Stage!”

Some time ago I shared my “Geisha with Wind-Tossed Hair.” (see earlier post) I had mentioned that “she” had been derived from a fanciful sunset.  I’ve finally made the time to process the cloud imagery that occurred prior to the … Continue reading

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