I don’t know about you, but I must admit that I often am so focused on the plants and blooms all around me as I walk the paths in the Gardens at Waters East that I miss what is happening above me. This posting will be photos from the Gardens at Waters East - - looking up.
Clouds here on the shore of Lake Michigan are special because of the reflection from the lake, vapors from the water, and the blue of the lake. Like every cloud – they are momentary, passing, forming and reforming - - - then gone. Their time for “being” comes then goes – like life. Enjoy the moments you see them, which can remind all of us to enjoy and appreciate all of our own moments - they too will pass – gone forever.
How beautiful! Yes, sometimes it's very wise to look up! I also walk a lot with my nose down, and therefore forget to look up :)ReplyDelete
I thought I would remind all the readers that not only looking down especially at all our beautiful garden plants is great, but what is above our gardens is also very beautiful and interesting in the multitude of shapes and forms. Glad you found it worth you time to stop by the Blog.Delete
Hi again. Finally I got you in my blogfeed.ReplyDelete
Great, now you can see what I am up to - almost daily in the garden.Delete
The skies are just fabulous. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
I do agree with you! Sky and clouds are beautiful. More to come in future postings.Delete
Love those clouds!ReplyDelete
Around here it's just plain grey in the sky.
It has been beautiful here the last two weeks. Unusually warm for January and that is OK by me!Delete
Los cielos se ven preciosos. Un beso.ReplyDelete
They are indeed. Hugs to you too!Delete
Bonitas fotos con esos cielos acaparando la atención.ReplyDelete
Jesus, there is something about watching the clouds, move and form then reform. Signs of live always on the move!Delete
Indeed! and i too always so focussed on plants or on the ground really, i was just making a new snowshoe trail this afternoon. no blue skies, just a very thin strip of sunlight on the mountains south so I did look up for a bit:)ReplyDelete
Here the last days have been unusually warm for January - but who knows that could all change in a day or two!Delete
Nice pictures and nice skies. I love nature indeed.ReplyDelete
Greetings from Spain!
You and me both - love nature!Delete
Hard to to find a favourite. Maybe pic. 5, or the dramatic pic. 11.ReplyDelete
I would agree. All the cloud photos are nice. And, I have so many more!!!Delete