Posts tagged skies
I like clouds. They’re pretty.
I took this shot by pointing my camera up at the sky and pressing the shutter. It was extremely difficult.
Dog Wash Benefit Today
Do you have a dog in need of a bath? Do you want to support a good cause? D’Tail Pet Grooming will be hosting a dog wash benefit on this very day, from 9am to 5pm, at 1695 W Washington St. See more details on StaytonEvents.com (look under “August 25, Saturday”).
I took this sunset photo a couple of nights ago, before Mother Nature decided rain was a good idea.
Don’t forget — today is the annual garden tour to benefit the Charles & Martha Brown House (see details on the Brown House web site.
The sky was being rather dramatic a few days ago, with the big clouds, the contrails, and the sun peeking through. It’s like a soap opera in the sky, only it can’t get cancelled and replaced by a so-called reality show. This is reality, and it’s awesome.
A strange thing happened two nights ago: it didn’t rain. It was so quiet and dry and… well, weird. I didn’t know if it was even safe to leave my house. But then I thought to myself, “Hey, moron, go out and take a photo of the sunset!” And so I braved the outdoors to bring you today’s photo. You’re welcome.
I feel guilty posting this photo today, with all the horrible weather going on in the south. The biggest weather problem we had here was a bit of wind and some rain, and an interesting cloud formation in the western sky.
My thoughts are with those affected by the terrible storms in Alabama and other states.
We have a new guest photographer today! Rita Elkins took this gorgeous photo of the moon. Her description:
The Super Perigee Moon was so beautiful…so I had to get out and take a few photos…
Thank you, Rita! I love the branches in front of the moon… definitely sets the mood. Welcome to Stayton Daily Photo.