52 sundays; september 4, 2011

Clouds are something I haven’t always noticed; in fact, I don’t really remember looking up for much of my life. Until I married The Professor, I hadn’t noticed birds, telephone wires, a change in the terrain and on most days, the clouds above me.

But the clouds in Vermont were something I noticed every single day . . .

The clouds in Vermont would not be silenced; they demanded to be seen, to be admired and simply required you to pause and behold their shape, color and texture . . .

and the sunsets . . .

oh my the sunsets in Vermont . . .

are really something to experience and enjoy . . .

whatever we were doing, wherever we happened to be in the city, we marveled in every sunset Vermont had to offer . . .

 

11 Comments

  1. Those pictures are all beautiful. I’m so glad that you learned to look up!

  2. Funny how we think alike:) I have been looking a lot at clouds while here in Serbia, and I photographed sky in all its incarnations.
    Your pics are truly beautiful – I feel enveloped in a sense of calm just looking at them.
    Thanks for your touching words on my blog! I appreciate your friendship and only wish that we lived closer to become real friends:)

  3. Beautiful photos of clouds and sunsets in Vermont! I noticed the clouds looked a bit strange when Hurricane Irene came through, and I especially marveled at the sunsets every night this summer in Hawaii.

  4. This is such a great reminder to look up and appreciate the beauty that is overhead everyday.

  5. I’m smiling because when my husband was in the Air Force, I quizzed him on weather…clouds were a big part of that. I always look up. And I am a weather channel junkie. Don’t tell.

  6. It is well with my soul.

    This post makes me happy. Beautiful pictures!!!

  7. Wow, beautiful skies!! Thanks for sharing the beauty you witnessed 🙂

  8. Absolutely stunning photos. There is nothing else to say!

  9. Those top 2 clouds are stunning.

    Great pictures, I love sky watching 😉

  10. Love these photos Deb. They remind me a lot of the Colorado sky and landscape which it sometimes takes a visitor to remind me of. Just beautiful.

  11. Gorgeous, Debra. I think the older I get, the more I marvel at the world around me.

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