I guess I've been on sort of a cloud-kick lately. Seems every time I turn around there are some noteworthy clouds. Like tonight, I looked out the window about an hour ago and I saw the strangest cloud formations over the Capitan Mountains.
Apparently there are several layers of clouds, and it gives the oddest effect.
The sky is very blue above all that olio of sunshine on the near mesa, shadows on the Capitans making them look deep blue, white fluffy clouds and dark grey clouds.
A closer look at the mountain range, looking almost exactly like the dark cloud above it. That's some shadow!!
Aren't those interesting?
And a close shot of the little hill on the mesa. BTW, Gail and I have been trying to find that hill on a map and learn its name without any luck. We've dubbed it "No Name Knoll"!
Here is another of those "promise at the top" clouds.
How about this little wispy cloud? Looks as if someone drug their fingers through the clouds in a zig-zag motion.
Look at this itty-bitty cloud, all by itself! L'il orphan cloud. Awwww.
Well, it has been a good weekend. I've accomplished a lot and I feel good about that. Today I met one of the local artists at the Gallery and gave her a huge tote full of scraps of material. She makes dolls, the most wonderful, lifelike images you've ever seen, and she can use these pieces of fabric to clothe them. She was thrilled to get them, and I'm very glad that they will be used is such a wonderful way. I even found a small piece of antique lace that had been beaded, nothing I could do with it, but her eyes twinkled when she saw it. I know she is already conjuring up a new doll with that piece of lace somehow included in the construction. In the near future, I will be going through a cedar chest filled with antique linens, lace, embroidered pieces, etc., and I'm guessing she will get some of those, as well.
I'm tired. Time to head for bed. I hope everyone has a good week ahead!
Life is beautiful!!!!