"A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed...
It feels an impulsion...this is the place to go now.
But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds,
and you will know, too, when you lift yourself high enough
to see beyond horizons."
These clouds were billowing up above the clouds and smoke from the
Indian Fire at Mono Lake...taken the same day as the fire shots I posted last week..
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Wonderful! Milky white clouds with a dark backdrop.. dramatic :)ReplyDelete
The cause of the dramatic orange color in those clouds is most unfortunate, and I would love to think the clouds brought much-needed rain with them. But they really do look like powder puffs! And make for beautiful photos.ReplyDelete
Powder puff clouds they are!! So beautiful and such terrific captures for the day! Love the quote by Richard Bach! Have a wonderful weekend!!ReplyDelete
Whoa, that is some cloud! Immense...ReplyDelete
Thank you WildBlack!!!ReplyDelete
As of August 14 the fire was finally 100% contained Laloofah! Unfortunately, not much rain, though a few quick thunder storms...It did make for some beautiful color in the clouds though!
Thank you LadyFi!!!
Thank you Sylvia K!
These remind me of Shanna. So pretty.ReplyDelete
It never ceases to amaze me how something as terrifying and destructive as a wildland fire can also produce such stunning visuals. Beautiful shots!ReplyDelete
Such a pretty shot. Glad the fire is contained.ReplyDelete
Your pics make me think of the song of Gainsbourg : "Dieu est un fumeur de havane"...ReplyDelete
Love them !