Wednesday, 20 April 2011

The Hazards (Friday Skies)

One of the advantages of rain is that it brings clouds with – and sometimes the clouds do strange things.

This line of cloud formed over along the Hazards on the Freycinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania.

You can find more Friday Sky images here (or by clicking the link on the RHS of this post) . You can find more pictures and words on my other blog by clicking in the "Paying Ready Attention" link on the RHS of this post.

Have a good (Easter) Friday!


VioletSky said...

Some clouds just have a mind of their own, eh?!

Marites said...

gee..those clouds are unique! nice capture!

Sylvia K said...

Unique, determined clouds indeed and what a terrific capture for the day, Stewart! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!


Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The clouds seem to be wanted to descend as far down as the sea!


I wonder why
Some love the sky
But not the wind and rain.

I wonder, friend,
If sky will end—
It’s too much for my brain!

© by Magical Mystical Teacher

Tree Folk & Sky

Wanda said...

What a rare shot you got. I love that long straight stretch of clouds...Very unique.

jo©o said...

Hiya Stewart,

Why don't we arrange for us to walk inside each other's pictures for a few hours...
Beam me up :-)

forgetmenot said...

What an interesting place for the clouds to "sit". Great shot. Mickie :)