Tag: clouds

Interesting cloud formation over Tumbarumba

Worth a Word Wednesday: What a wonderful world!

 Wordless Wednesday – now renamed Worth a Word Wednesday Keep your feet on the ground and your head in the clouds! While out running this week I’ve managed to capture these two shots of cloud formations rolling in over Tumbarumba.  I must admit to being impressed with the sky and the massive clouds. We had some rain but I think there…

Clouds, flying, travel

A feeling of security

Security  is the prompt for this week’s photo challenge and I’ve chosen to share a photo from the security of inside a plane. As I boarded the plane the other day, I was reminded that when flying we put our lives in the pilot’s hands. I really don’t know how planes stay up in the air but I somehow feel secure being…

iPhriday – Clouds in my phone

Clouds in my phone (not my coffee) It’s Phriday again and time for a photo from my phone.  Here’s a lovely shot of the clouds taken early one morning just for you! Lisa from GrayDaysandCoffee started iPhriday where she shares photos taken with her mobile phone, on a Friday and asks us to join in. You can see my previous iPhriday posts…

From the plane window

Weekly photo challenge: Weightless in the sky

Gravity and weightlessness are things I just don’t understand very well but I am left in awe of the end results. I took this photo from the window seat on a recent flight.  I love clouds and being above the clouds in a plane gives them a whole new perspective. I usually stand on the ground looking up and marvelling…

Mundane Monday Challenge – look up

We don’t look up enough as we all tend to be too busy looking down at our screens – so here’s a shot of the blue sky and fluffy white clouds for this week’s Mundane Monday challenge. No editing….just the clouds in the blue sky floating peacefully by…. The Mundane Monday Challenge is hosted by PhoTrablogger and is a challenge created to find beauty…

A stormy night in Sydney

Sydney was awash on Wednesday.  A storm had hit just as I arrived and it rained solidly for the next few hours. Later a severe weather warning was issued as more storms were forecast.

I took this photo from my hotel window to capture the night sky with the storm clouds building. It’s looking over Central station, which is a beautiful old building in its own right. I especially like the lighting on the buildings and the colours in the sky with just a few raindrops on the window to help set the scene.

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