Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Cloud Shaping and Making

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Gemma said...

Thank you for the mention Juliet :) I love the kaleidoscope effect in your cloud photos.

Juliet Robertson said...

Agreed - there's something rather beautiful about it.

Tom Bedard said...

Nice post. Clouds are so fascinating and so overlooked for their potential to engage children and their imagination. Just last week, I was in a space and had the time to watch two clouds. There was a larger one and a smaller one. I thought the larger one would swallow the smaller one. Not so. As I watched, they seemed to interact and change each other. Thanks for reminding me. And for the link---who knew an artist had the imagination to make such ethereal works.

Juliet Robertson said...

Thanks Tom for such a reflective comment. I think having one's head in the clouds can be a good thing from time to time :)

I also like that where ever there's clouds, there's always something to look at, watch, wait and see what happens. It's one of life's great things.