Amazing Skies

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One of the good sides of Fall and Win­ter is the amaz­ing skies, cloud pat­terns and sun­sets we are hav­ing. I’m not sure why the sky is so inter­est­ing at this time of the year, but I noticed it is def­i­nitely dif­fer­ent com­pared to the summer.

Amaz­ing, isn’t it?


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16 Comments

  1. @Nigel Babu — I know!

    @Lizz — Yes, watch­ing sun­set these days is quite a cool activity.

    @Beth — Don’t jinx it! ;lol:

    @Lil Red — Glad you found me again, I had lost your url some­where in the process.

    @Bluefish — I’m too lazy to have two blogs… I like to keep just one. I try to upload the pics on Flickr at the same time so that you can see the big­ger version.

    @Tulsa Gen­tle­man — I do think there is a rea­son related to the weather. Cloud pat­terns are def­i­nitely dif­fer­ent in the Fall and in the Win­ter. Could be the cold/hot air mixing…

    @Seb — Yet they are! ;-)

    @Linguist-in-Waiting — That’s a good idea actu­ally, could be it.

    @RennyBA’s Terella — Crisp air brings all the beauty around I find.

    @Seraphine — This is a mys­tery to me. I took the pic­ture on a Sataru­day morn­ing, when I went out for a walk. I spot­ted that weird twisty cloud and thought it was a plane trail. But it was way too low.

    The fol­low­ing Sat­ur­day, I saw it again, just a bit fur­ther! Weird, eh?

    @London Caller — 还没有机会看到北极光。。。一定很美丽!

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