When you have nothing to post, look at your 'Blog for Post/Cloud Folder'. Not bad photos at all, one with the camera, one with my phone. The gods are angry.
Stunning - and I would say that the gods were smiling.
EC, looking east, must have been dawn. Shepherds warning and all that.
Like EC, I don't see that as an angry sky.
Debby, as we enter Lockdown number 6 at 8pm this evening, everything looks angry to me.
Doesn't look angry to me either. I like the second sky, roiling clouds of molten gold.
River, it was a pretty spectacular display. Odd that I forgot about these photos, but pleased I saved them for a rainy day.
I don't know about how gods or the goddess feeling. But it a pretty photo.Coffee is on and stay safe
Beautiful skies make me glad to be alive.
Cro, there is beauty in so many different skies.
I don't mind cold weather in the middle of winter... since a jumper or jacket will fix that easily. But I do object to grey depressing skies. Pink or blue skies end depression.
Hels, quite so. And that is why I could never live where there are more grey skies.
They are both awesome Andrew.
Thanks Margaret. I was surprised myself when I found them yesterday.
Glorious images Andrew. I'm curious as to which you took with camera and which with phone.. I'm going to guess, was the second shot with phone?
Thanks Grace. The top photo was phone, the lower the camera. That you can't tell is a pretty good reason to no longer lug around a camera.
Great cloud shots, reminds me to look up
TP, I often look like a tourist as I gaze skywards, mostly at tall buildings.
I love that low ceiling of splendid clouds.XOWWW
I surprised myself Steve.
Why are the gods angry with you? Have you been swearing again?
YP, that would be between my priest and me, if I had one. There would be many Hail Marys.