Thursday, February 24, 2011

More Cotton Candy Skies of the Vermilon River. A Post to Sky Watch.




More cotton candy skies that brought a taste of spring. The spring was simply a quick taste as it is gray and cloudy today, with snow flurries.

A post To Sky Watch @  http://skyley.blogspot.com/

52 comments:

  1. Those clouds do look like white cotton candy--gorgeous captures!

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  2. Great cloud images Gary. Spring flowers have arrived over here and we have had a nice sunny day today. Fingers crossed the nice weather stays for a while.

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  3. Lovely soft clouds there! Sadly, we have returned to overcast and flurries too.

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  4. Ah, do love your cotton candy clouds/captures! Really gorgeous images indeed, Gary! Hope you both have a lovely weekend!

    Sylvia

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  5. I'd love some cotton candy right now. :)
    Lovely skies! I can't wait to see some of those.

    On another note - every time I open your page and see your header I just want to hug him!

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  6. There's a grumpy old face in that first cloud! I am eager for those cotton candy clouds around here, too.

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  7. I see the face in the first one, too. And I love the third photo.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  8. I really like the depth and range of tones in these pictures - where whould the sky be without clouds?

    Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

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  9. Beautiful dog, Boomer, and beautiful skies and clouds... Lovely.

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  10. I always stop to look at Boomer - he sure is a beautiful dog!
    Hope the spring will come soon :)

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  11. What a beauty of a puppy. So cool!

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  12. A snowstorm is heading our way tonight. I love your fluffy cloud shots.

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  13. Howdee Boomer- now you have me craving some cotton candy:)

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  14. I love cotton candy! We had a small taste of spring too! I had a female malamute named Serra. She was a great family member.She lived with us for 13 years.They are amazing animals.I still find the odd clump of under-down hair here and there.

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  15. You better watch your sugar Boomer...all that cotton candy...at least the cloud kind, will only fill your heart with explosions of joy.
    BlessYourHeart

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  16. What dramatic clouds! Definitely look as if they might be bearing snow...

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  17. Beautiful, big, puffy, white clouds---really nice.

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  18. Fabulous overblown clouds, all puffed up with self-importance. Great shots!

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  19. There is such wonder in those clouds!

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  20. Hi Andrew. Another 2 months for our spring.

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  21. Hi EGW. About another month to spring for you, tho'.

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  22. Hi Sylvia K. They are fun clouds, although they brought a return to gray.

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  23. Carletta, you sure read Boom right. He is the huggingest(?) dog imaginable.

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  24. Hi Louise. I think the face is mine I expected to get out on a hike the next day. No such luck!!

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  25. Eaglesbrother, thanks for the visit and kind words.

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  26. It's a bit angry tho' Violetsky.

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  27. The consulation is that you have to wait for spring just as long as I do.

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  28. Thanks Wanda, but it snowed. Boom loves compliments.

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  29. Hi Brigitta. I think this is an admire Boom blog.

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  30. Hi Dawn and there are no fairs in sight for a while.

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  31. Hi Lorac. You must miss her very much. They are such family members even to their sense of humour.

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  32. Hi Dar. That Boomer,he sure gets a lot of messages.

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  33. Thanks jabblog for your kind comments.

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  34. looks really yummy for me! :)

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  35. Hi syel. Just like cotton Canady.

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  36. I like seeing cotton candy as long as it does not bring blizzard:)
    Have a wonderful weekend, Gary.
    Yoshi

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  37. Spring seems to be a tease this year. Here it has lured plants into blooming only to run away and let winter return.

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  38. definitely cotton candy skies, so fluffy! Those are gorgeous skies!

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  39. Well finally the sun came out here Martha, but the wind is stiil up.

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  40. great clouds, escpecially if they promise spring. :)

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  41. Actually they brought some snow, but it's a spring snow, NatureFootstep.

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