Saturday, January 28, 2012

Blue Skies . . .

Smilin' at me,
Nothing but blue skies
Do I see...
And very welcome they are, after several rainy overcast days.

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16 comments:

Ms. A said...

Wow, that second one is almost blindingly blue!

Martin said...

Such dramatic landscapes, Vicki.

Brian Miller said...

we had the most gorgeous blue skies yesterday....nice pics vicki

Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen said...

I bet they were a welcome sight. Rainy days and Sundays always get me down.
Sam

Julienne said...

Blue skies!!! Thank you!! I am forgetting what they look like!!!!
It is the middle of summer and we haven't reached 30 degrees C yet in a town that considers around 40(105) normal. It has rained for weeks and it is predicted for the next seven!!! Very strange, strange weather this year!

Merisi said...

What a glorious morning!

Friko said...

here too, Vicki, a day of cold but blue skies. the people I met walking all have a spring n their step and a cheery hello in their eyes.

June said...

Beautiful, beautiful!
I love the layers of hills, with shadows and light sliding over them.

Deanna said...

Blue here too after days of grey. I think I'll take it!

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

We keep hoping.

Kath said...

Love cloud watching. And the shadows that follow!

Vicki Lane said...

These were taken yesterday afternoon. Last night's sky was so clear that the stars were like torches in the night. And we awoke to the sunrise you see in the header and more blue. But, alas, the gray clouds are back now,

Bouncin Barb said...

When the sun came shining in our sliders we joked and said "what is that strange sight"? So good to see blue skies is right. Love the pictures!

Darla said...

Love the cropped, enhanced (?) one in the middle... Glad you are getting a break from the gray!

Vicki Lane said...

Slightly enhanced, Darla -- just a nudge of the color saturation. Looks like Disney, doesn't it?

Barbara Rogers, Potter said...

I copied you, and posted some sunset clouds from last week. Isn't that the highest form of flattery?