Filed under Photo-reminders looking up/looking down
Tagged as looking up, photograph
After months and months of barely a cloud in the sky, the month of May heralds the return of clouds and of rain most sorely needed. And this fabulous pic of fish scale clouds by none other than photographer extraordinaire, Amanda Curtin, doesn’t disappoint. Sigh. The clouds seem to be — to my desperate drought anxious mind —arriving like the cavalry, marching in, determined to rain and rescue us from this drought. Then again, they could be just idling by. Watching clouds has that effect on me i.e. I become fanciful. 🙂
Fanciful is a pretty good condition to be in when you’re a writer, Marlish! Thanks so much from a fellow cloud-watcher 🙂
Like tesselations. Nature makes the most amazing patterns.
Tessellations is a word I haven’t heard in a while. Lovely, and most apt, Louise 🙂
It’s my mathematical side coming out!
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Author of novels ELEMENTAL and THE SINKINGS and short fiction collection INHERITED. looking up/looking down is an occasional blog about writing, reading and watching the world...
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