the sky looks like rain

August 16, 2014  •  8 Comments

Anyone who has lived in the desert or the western United States understands microclimates and has seen rain pouring out of the sky, arroyos running over their randomly established banks while half a mile away, it is dry as bone.  We humans are constantly teased by the weather and the sky.

Just as the sun was setting Thursday night, the clouds were spectacular - back lit to the point of glowing.  I ran to get my camera already equipped with the 70-200 mm lens and started shooting.

cumulus clouds at sunsetcumulus clouds at sunset

 And then I turned left to look at the actual sunset.  A real cascade of color.

sunset cloudssunset clouds

Although on this particular blog site, you cannot click on the featured photograph to make it bigger, you can go to the banner at the top of the page  "All Photographs", drop down to "Featured Photographs" to see the blog theme images.  You can also view any of the photographs on the website in that area as well without having to go to another website.  Cool.

until next Monday,

DB

"a passion for the image"@ 

 

 

 


Comments

Luella(non-registered)
I love the fresh new look of your Blog.
Sara Woodburn(non-registered)
This new format makes it easy to see all your gorgeous work. I love getting the weekly hits of New Mexico through your lens and your perceptive comments. Well done!
Debra Harbaugh(non-registered)
It looks GREAT! Keep up the good work.
Terry Thompson(non-registered)
Daryl,
I love the new format, nice to have everything seamlessly connected like this. I read your blog each week and enjoy finding out what what you have been up to. And many thanks for having my website listed in your links section. Much appreciated and keep up the good work.
D&D(non-registered)
You did it...a giant leap for your blog and for those of us who have read it each Monday and wanted to add our applause for your muli-faceted talents! Commenting section? Convenient and expedient. Your sunset photos? LENStacular! New cybervenue? Visually pleasing with titles, text, and fine art quality photography displaying sharply on all devices. Congrats!
No comments posted.
Loading...

Archive
January February March April May June July August (2) September (4) October (4) November (4) December (5)