Our wonderful life of semi-retirement in Picton, New Zealand.
They are indeed. Those orange/pink puffs dancing across the sky are beautiful.
Glennis: What a neat sky to share on Good Friday, thanks for joining in my friend.
Wow! That is amazing,My children loved it...:)
Wow, those are really interesting clouds.
That is beautiful:) I love your pictures
Welcome to SkyWatch, Glennis! This is a lovely first entry. Have a great weekend :)
Good capture. Sydney City and Suburbs
Those red colour looks to me like claws of a heavenly dragon. Beautiful shot.Thanks for visiting my site and kind comment. I posted those photos in February, still a novice of how Sky watch works. Glennis, can you tell me how to add the badge on my site? I was reading for instructions but couldn't see any.Hope you have a good Easter.Cheers,Ann
Hi Glennis,I tried to connect with you in my blog, but had trouble, so I am sending it here.Will you please do to my "Nuts" post, two entries from this, and see if you can tell me what nuts my sister and I were picking? I tried to look for it, but can't tell. They looked like chestnuts, may be they are horse chestnuts but I have never seen them.Thought you might know.Thanks,Ann
That is a beauty, angels watching is a lobvely idea.
Nice angels you've got there, very peculiar. Nice colors also. Happy SWF!
Welcome to SKF! Great capture for your 1st entry
Beautiful cloud pattern. Happy Easter to you and your dear ones Glennis.
Hi GlennisCool picture. The small cloud wisps almost look like miniature tornadoes.Happy EasterTake careLisa
welcome to skywatch. this is a fabulous start.
Do you view this from where you stay? Its so amazing! What a beautiful world we have, don't you think?
The cloud really amaze me.
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