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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Thursday, February 9, 2012

SWF-All in a day

01 Clouds over the Weaver Mts from Iron Springs Rd S AZ (1024x747)

The end of January, I was returning home from Grand Canyon, and when I drive alone I take lots of photos. There’s always a good bit of sky.

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Upon getting home and unpacking I noticed this sundog out my back window.

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About an hour later these puffballs caught my eye.

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Then changed to this backbone.

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Slowly drifted apart.

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Changed color.

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And said goodnight.

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24 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful skies and a great capture of the sundog! Happy skywatching, Gaelyn!

trav4adventures said...

I love to see clouds in our desert sky! Very interesting clouds, I agree!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Those skies are just amazing. The cloud formations are very special. Diane

dAwN said...

Very cool! like that sundog!

Sallie (FullTime-Life.com said...

Those beautifully changing skies make for a perfect day. I love to see a sundog.

Ash said...

wow! those clouds are almost surreal but so beautiful.

Susie of Arabia said...

Love this series for Skywatch, Gaelyn. That sundog is cool - I've only seen one once. Hoping life is good in your neck of the woods.

Sylvia K said...

Terrific skies and I do love the sundog!! The last two shots are so peaceful and beautiful! Hope you have a great weekend, Gaelyn!

Sylvia

Carolyn Ford said...

It had to be a fabulous day...gorgeous!

Babooshka JH said...

That first sky is amazing, just never ending. What you convey on these is space and freedom. Room to breathe.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Wow, I miss those Arizona skies.

Ebie said...

Hehehehe, my daughter does not like me to stop to take sky photos when we are on road trips. But the different clouds at different times are at play. what a wonderful sight to see!

Firefly said...

I love the puffball clouds. They also look interesting, specially in the late afternoons.

LadyFi said...

What a wonderful series of sky shots!

Elaine said...

Beautiful skies!

While the 35 degrees we had today felt pretty good, and the forecast is for temps in the 20s all week, I know spring is a long ways away--sometime in April.....

Jo said...

Beautiful. When I travel alone I take twice as long as when Grant and I go together; I stop that many times to take photos! Now I know what you've mean about your Internet dropping you. I hope this comment uploads! Have a great weekend, Gaelyng. Hugs Jo

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

I love the big skies of the great southwest! You are so fortunate to be there, my friend. GREAT pics!

Martha Z said...

Oh, such beautiful skies. That's about what ours looked like this morning but I didn't grab my camera. I'll probably regret that next Thursday.

Bibi said...

What a beautiful variety! You might like to get yourself a copy of this cloud book like I have.

Quiet Paths said...

It must be great to just meander home at your own pace. All these are so different. I love the poofy ones.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

absolutely fantastic shots!

i love every single one.


happy weekend!

p.s. i was unable to connect to the internet until today, hence my late comments.

Johnny Nutcase said...

that's some good looking sky! I love it! i saw a sundog recently, but i can never remember what they're called.

Redruby said...

such a lovely beauty of nature..beautiful skies you got here!

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Kathiesbirds said...

Great idea for a post Gaelyn! It's so nice to be out west where you can practically see they whole sky at once! Here in the east coast I only get little patches of sky unless I am up on a cliff or out over open water.

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