I do like your clouds.We have uniform greyness today. Some rain would be nice, and won't happen. So I resent the grey.
EC, yes, grey skies without rain is useless and won't make tomatoes grow.
What is wrong with white fluffy clouds?
Marie, it was kind of a double meaning. They have been hanging around on my hard drive for a couple of months.
Bloody hell man In walesTHATS SUMMER
John, it was very early spring when the photos were taken.
Andrew, I do remember singer David Gates (from 'Bread') who did a wonderful song called 'Clouds.' Its quite a big showstopper of a song, almost like John Miles 'Music.'Andrew what happened to your original post for today... it showed up on my blog list. Something to do with local buildings demoltion. Perhaps you scrapped it.
DeeJohn, it was an unfinished post and I accidently hit publish. I'll see if the track is online. I can't remember it.
It is a nice track and there is some nice imagery with the different uploads.
Glad you found the song. I've always loved the build up to the faster part towards the end. I think it was sometimes called 'Clouds ...suite 1 and 2.
It was indeed, so I had to check that I had the right tune.
My daughter is running in the women's half marathon in Melbourne tomorrow go and encourage her. I believe its going to be hot too.
Diane, we will be away tomorrow. That would be the Carmen something run in St Kilda?
My pleasure in life is sitting in front of the coffee shop, espresso and newspaper in hand, straw boater on head, soaking up the sunshine. Clouds should be banned until dusk!!!!
Hels, I'm with you except I will usually seek shade. Sun does lift the spirits.
I don't mind a cloud or two if the sunshine's through.
Margaret, we seem to have had a lot of grey of late, but without rain. Purposeless!
The clouds have blown me away with their beauty. Get set for some heat, we're expecting 34C tomorrow.
River, and 32 for us, followed by a cool change overnight.
Amended now to 34 degrees.
It didn't work Andrew, I can still see them.. blow harder ☺