Thursday, June 4, 2009

SkyWatch Friday: This Week's Cloudy Skies

Our monsoon season generally starts sometime in July, although it seems to have started really early this year! It has been raining almost daily. I've been caught out in the rain more than once this week.




These dark clouds chased me home while walking on the river trail the other day. The clouds won.
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13 comments:

bookbabie said...

Great cloudscapes, very dramatic!

Martha Z said...

Wonderful photos, love the trail through the meadow. You make me want to stop a while in your town not just do a quick stop as we once did.

judi said...

Hello, I love your skies! and Telluride is a fun place to visit.
If you know Gene and Gail, tellem' I said Hey.

Lily Hydrangea said...

it may be rainy & cloudy but it still is quite beautiful where you live. Great skywatch!

Frank said...

The photographs and scenery are spectacular. (Doesn't look anything like the mountainous peeks of Florida.) :)

Babooshka said...

Cloudy but atmospheric. That is quite a view.

bettyl said...

I adore the mountains and your colors are magnificent!

Mike said...

That first photo is picture perfect. I like the way it leads the eye down the street and right up the mountain. Clicking on it for the larger version is well worth it! Beautiful and interesting scene.

Sanna said...

Nice photos beautiful landscape.

Arija said...

Hope you did not get too wet . Lovely pics and cloudy skies.

Michele said...

Whoa, dark and moody... looks like some nasty weather coming your way.. awesome photos.... we had some really nice hot weather that produced some bad forest fires up in the mountains but it's good to see the rains coming in, should bring some relief, I hope.

John said...

Fabulous captures both!

Lois said...

Those clouds look like some of the ones we've been having around here lately! We actually had a small tornado touch down last Thursday which ripped the roof off of a school. Thankfully no one was hurt.