A photojournal of wildlife, wild flowers and forest life in a small section of Northern Ontario, Canada.
Those clouds do look like white cotton candy--gorgeous captures!
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.
Lovely soft clouds there! Sadly, we have returned to overcast and flurries too.
Ah, do love your cotton candy clouds/captures! Really gorgeous images indeed, Gary! Hope you both have a lovely weekend!Sylvia
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!
There's a grumpy old face in that first cloud! I am eager for those cotton candy clouds around here, too.
Great Clouds !!!!
love the first one!
I see the face in the first one, too. And I love the third photo.-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
I really like the depth and range of tones in these pictures - where whould the sky be without clouds?Cheers - Stewart M - Australia
Beautiful dog, Boomer, and beautiful skies and clouds... Lovely.
I always stop to look at Boomer - he sure is a beautiful dog!Hope the spring will come soon :)
What a beauty of a puppy. So cool!
A snowstorm is heading our way tonight. I love your fluffy cloud shots.
Howdee Boomer- now you have me craving some cotton candy:)
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.
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
What dramatic clouds! Definitely look as if they might be bearing snow...
Beautiful, big, puffy, white clouds---really nice.
Very lovely puffy clouds.
Fabulous overblown clouds, all puffed up with self-importance. Great shots!
There is such wonder in those clouds!
Hi Andrew. Another 2 months for our spring.
Hi EGW. About another month to spring for you, tho'.
Hi Sylvia K. They are fun clouds, although they brought a return to gray.
Carletta, you sure read Boom right. He is the huggingest(?) dog imaginable.
Hi Louise. I think the face is mine I expected to get out on a hike the next day. No such luck!!
Eaglesbrother, thanks for the visit and kind words.
It's a bit angry tho' Violetsky.
The consulation is that you have to wait for spring just as long as I do.
Thanks Wanda, but it snowed. Boom loves compliments.
Hi Brigitta. I think this is an admire Boom blog.
Hi Dawn and there are no fairs in sight for a while.
Hi Lorac. You must miss her very much. They are such family members even to their sense of humour.
Hi Dar. That Boomer,he sure gets a lot of messages.
Right on ladyfi. It snowed.
Thanks jabblog for your kind comments.
You're right there, Arija.
looks really yummy for me! :)
Hi syel. Just like cotton Canady.
The top one is scary.Lucy
I like seeing cotton candy as long as it does not bring blizzard:)Have a wonderful weekend, Gary.Yoshi
Spring seems to be a tease this year. Here it has lured plants into blooming only to run away and let winter return.
definitely cotton candy skies, so fluffy! Those are gorgeous skies!
Well finally the sun came out here Martha, but the wind is stiil up.
great clouds, escpecially if they promise spring. :)
Actually they brought some snow, but it's a spring snow, NatureFootstep.