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Thursday, September 25, 2008

SkyWatch floats over


There was something about the prairie for me—it wasn’t where I had come from, but when I moved there it just took me in and I knew I couldn’t ever stop living under that big sky.
- Pam Houston
This big sky was what I saw on a recent motorcycle trip. I am always amazed at the depth of clouds in our midwest sky. Visit SkyWatch Friday to be further amazed by sky photos from all over the globe.

33 comments:

Marianne said...

Beeeautiful!

Louise said...

Those are definitely midwestern clouds! Very nice sky capture!!

Judy Merrill-Smith said...

Gorgeous! We had almost that sort of a sky here this morning -- I had to tell my son to look at the clouds as we walked to school, so that he'd take in that beauty, too.

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful sky and photo.

dulce said...

Beautiful photo!!

Strider said...

Those mid-west clouds sometimes spon those nasty tornado's!!!

Pat said...

Hi Noni

Thanks for your nice comment on my blog!

This is a gorgeous sky! The view of the stars there must also be amazing. We miss seeing that here.

fishing guy said...

Noni: What a wide divergence of clouds in the Sky, very interesting.

babooshka said...

Awesome clouds. Spectacular image.

Sherry said...

Lovely clouds, beautiful sky!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The light in this cloudy sky is so silvery! Nice.
Happy Sky Watch!

Greyscale Territory said...

What a huge sky drama! In full panoramic vision! This is stunning!

vincibene said...

Thanks for visiting my blog!

Your picture is wonderful!

Lucy said...

I love the sky...so much variety in colour and formation.

Aileni said...

A real impression of space. We had similar open skies just a few miles away over the water on the island.
I'm green with envy over your bike.

bobbie said...

I've never been fortunate enough to see that part of our world, but I am told that the sky does seem bigger there. It must be an amazing sight.

Inland Empire Girl said...

Lovely photo. We just had a group of visitors at our school from Japan. They couldn't get over mountains, open sky, and the vastness of our part of the United States.

Reader Wil said...

This is a sky full of stories! Amazing that those clouds are so spectacular!

Thanks for visiting

Daryl said...

Wonderful sky, Noni .. wonderful

:-Daryl

Sara Chapman said...

Those big fluffy clouds are so encouraging and improve any state of mind. Thanks for a wonderful shot, and thanks for visiting my blog.

raf said...

Nice to enjoy and catch a sky full of clouds like that, Noni, when you're roaming free 'neath it all. Beautiful! Just the right verse too. Thank you!

peppylady said...

I only been to the Mid west once.
Now for question The parcells mountain is located in panhandle of North Idaho.
They come out of Canada and boarders between Montana and Idaho.
They run basically North and South.

Thanks for stopping in and the coffee is on always

leslie said...

Looks like a flotilla of clouds! Lovely...

Donna said...

Cool picture Kim!! Well done! Happy weekend!hughugs

Paz said...

Love this photo. Awesome-looking sky with those thick clouds.

Paz

Tommy V said...

nice photo

Arija said...

Lovely cloudy skies, glad they didn't fall down on you and your motorbike.

Donna said...

PS- I've TAGGED You!! Come See!!hughugs

Dina said...

Lucky you to be on a motorcyle in the great American expansiveness!

ilanadavita said...

Great expense of clouds.

Tootie said...

Very pretty clouds! I was raised in the mid-west and remember seeing that type of clouds a lot. :-)

SandyCarlson said...

Sure is beautiful there!

Catherine said...

That's a gorgeous sky! ~Beautifully captured! Also, love your header!
Have a great week, and Happy sky~watching!
Cat